The Women’s Business Association She-ERA is a non-profit organization, established after the war in Kosovo in September 1999, aiming at women’s economic empowerment. The work areas of She-ERA include economic empowerment, gender equality, business advisory service, training, mentoring, technical support, research, support in policy-making, and more.
She-ERA has established itself as one of the most important and influential actors in areas aimed at strengthening the position of women, empowering women entrepreneurs, and supporting local government institutions to design and implement legal policies and frameworks that support gender equality and the promotion of the position of Kosovar women in all areas, including political, social, and economic. The organization is well-known for the high quality of its services. SHE-ERA provides consultancy, business planning, document preparation for various tenders, marketing and market research strategies, human resource development services, and operational management services to entrepreneurial women through its services.
She-ERA provides management services to international companies wishing to operate in Kosovo. She-ERA carries out or aids the study mission, as well as contributes to the development of methodology and proposals. She-ERA has so far established partnerships with a variety of organizations in the field of women’s business development in Central, Eastern, and Western Europe, as well as in the United States, Canada, and Asia.
She-ERA has implemented different initiatives at the local and regional levels since its inception, providing business training, consultancy, research, publications, and mentorship.
Increasing public opportunities and the visibility of Kosovo’s consolidated budget through transparency.
Expanding women’s participation in the labor market.
Develop greater cooperation between employers, the State, and NGOs in all cases related to women’s empowerment.
Working on women’s economic empowerment.
in Kosovo are working in production, processing, trade, services, and handicrafts.
Young girls and women have expanded their managerial capacity through local/national training, mentoring, and networking.