Original disclosure @ IADB website
Updated in EWS May 6, 2022
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The project objective is to provide livelihood training gender sensitive support, coaching and employment opportunities for vulnerable female Venezuelan migrants in Trinidad and Tobago and low income and vulnerable women from host communities in fashion design and fabrication of garments and costumes for the Trinidad and Tobago and other regional and international Carnivals.
The country counterpart amounts to USD 571,600.
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