Since the launch of STEP in 2006 and PI training in 2009, STEP and PI training have had a positive impact on many different countries around the world and different target groups, including women and youth, agripreneurs, refugees, and many more. Although many different target groups have been trained, move-eti focuses on having a beneficial impact on vulnerable groups to reduce gender and wealth disparities.

impact - countries where STEP and PI have been implemented
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Over 14.000 students in more than 11 countries received the entrepreneurship training STEP.

Learn more about the impact of STEP on the official STEP website. 

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Over 6.000 entrepreneurs and employees in about 16 countries have been trained in personal initative.

Learn more about the impact of PI Training on the official PI Training website.

Impact Countries - Where STEP or PI Training have been conducted:

Afghanistan | Armenia | Burkina Faso | Democratic Republic of Congo | Eswatini | Ethiopia | Jamaica | Kenya | Lebanon | Lesotho | Madagascar | Malawi | Mauritania | Mozambique | Mexico | Nicaragua | Nigeria | Philippines | Rwanda | South Africa | Tanzania | Togo | Uganda | Zambia | Zimbabwe 

Learn more about the countries and the specific projects here.

Impact Target Groups - Who STEP and PI Training have been adapted for:

Agripreneurs | Bank Employees | Community Initiatives | Entrepreneurs | Leaders | Microentrepreneurs | Refugees | Secondary School Students and Teachers | Start-ups | TVET Colleges | Unemployed Youth | University Students | Women Entrepreneurs | Youth Entrepreneurs

Learn more about the target groups and the specific projects here.