Building Resilience of Women Led Enterprises Affected by the Economic Impact of COVID-19 in Bali

Building Resilience of Women Led Enterprises Affected by the Economic Impact of COVID-19 in Bali
USD 14,969

raised of $16,750

16 people have pitched in

90% funded

USD

Partners

We are helping women-led micro-enterprises affected by the economic impact of COVID-19 in Bali by providing capacity development support to strengthen their business sustainability and resilience.

THE PROBLEM

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a major impact on Bali's economy, with the tourism sector being hit the hardest. The coronavirus outbreak has led to massive job losses and reductions in incomes across the island. Its effects have had a disproportionate impact on different segments of the population, including women. A key finding from Kopernik’s Rapid Assessment of the impact of COVID-19 on livelihoods in Bali uncovered that female respondents have been more severely impacted, experiencing a reduction in income of 72%, while the income of male respondents has been reduced by 52%.


THE SOLUTION

Building on our rapid assessment results, we will select women-led SMEs in Bali that have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic to provide support through a capacity development program, connecting them to new markets, including on-line platforms, identifying new opportunities, leveraging their existing skills and knowledge, as well as providing access to re-skilling opportunities, to strengthen their resilience during times of crisis, and beyond.


THE EXPECTED IMPACT

  • To support women-led SMEs to rebuild or to keep their business operating and profitable
  • To identify new opportunities, new market channels, improve the marketing strategy, tools, channels, and/or assets of the SMEs
  • To build resilience and sustainability of women-led SMEs in Bali

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PROJECT COST

Type
Description
Amount

Solution & Project Implementation

Costs associated with the purchase of the solutions tested and project coordination

$10,443

Monitoring & Evaluation

Costs associated with data collection, analysis and reporting

$3,429

Administration Fee

Cost of transferring payments internationally, processing online donations (5%) and a contribution to Kopernik's operational costs (15%)

$2,878

Total $16,750

This project is implemented by Yayasan Kopernik and PT Kopernik on behalf of our partner who provided grant funding for this project.