Contribution of Women’s Associations in the Production of Small Projects


Small projects represent an important place in the economy of developing countries, given that they constitute the vast majority of industrial establishments in general, and that the proportions vary from one country to another. With the beginning of the current century, an important shift occurred in the field of investments, and attention began to be given to small enterprises due to the contribution they make to the national income. One of the countries that has paid attention is the Sultanate of Oman in the recent period to small projects in general and women’s projects in particular because of their role in improving the economic situation of women who fall within the framework of social protection. Many developmental and sustainable plans and programs have been put in place at the level of the public and private sectors for the survival of these small projects for poor women who live under the umbrella of social security. This study aims to identify the small projects that Omani women’s associations contributed to their success in financing and supporting them financially and marketing them in order to improve the social status of a group of women in Omani society who fall under the social protection system.

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Najlaa Al Saadi, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman
Badar Almamari, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman
Eslam Heiba, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman
Fakhriya Al-Yahyai, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman

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Conference: ECAH2023
Stream: Other Humanities

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Saadi N., Almamari B., Heiba E., & Al-Yahyai F. (2023) Contribution of Women’s Associations in the Production of Small Projects ISSN: 2188-1111 – The European Conference on Arts & Humanities 2023: Official Conference Proceedings
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