Early this month, the first of six U-SOLVE hubs, has been inaugurated in Palestine. These hubs will help entrepreneurs come together with their peers and other experts and support them in delivering advanced services as it aims to support business sectors triggered by the transition towards a sustainable society.
With over 50 participants joining the celebration including the governor of Bethlehem province, the President of the University, the Director General of Bethlehem Municipality, and representatives of universities, directorates, councils, incubators and community institutions in Bethlehem, Hebron.
The ceremony was concluded with the cutting of the ribbon and a tour in the center let by the project manager with a screening of a film reflecting the stages of preparing the center throughout the project.
U-SOLVE project is funded by the European Union under the ENI CBC MED Programme and is implemented in 6 countries; Italy, Palestine, Egypt, Greece, Cyprus, and Jordan. The project aims to promote and support women and young entrepreneurs in urban areas with a focus on the environment and sustainable development.
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