'Women's Home' Established in Entrepreneurs' Organization in N China

June 20, 2018
Editor: Liu Yanmei

The Female Entrepreneurs' Association of Hohhot, in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, established its Women's Home center on May 25.

The Women's Home center was established under the guidance of Hohhot Women's Federation, providing a platform for female entrepreneurs to communicate and learn for each other.

Yun Yumei, president of Hohhot Women's Federation, said at the unveiling ceremony that she hoped the female entrepreneurs association would earnestly perform the duties of organizing, guiding, serving women, and safeguarding women's legitimate rights and interests.

Yun also hoped that the Women's Home center could truly become a "strong front" for the Party and government to carry out women's work and a "warm home" that is deeply trusted and loved by women entrepreneurs.

At the same time, Yun emphasized that the association should pay attention to and participate in women and children's causes in Hohhot, combining the association's activities with the brand campaigns of the All-China Women's Federation, including Looking For the Most Beautiful Families and poverty-alleviation programs.

The Hohhot Women Entrepreneurs Association consists of the city's women entrepreneurs' representatives and elites from all walks of life. Since its establishment, it has actively carried out activities around training, education, and poverty alleviation.

It has played an active role in improving the capabilities of female entrepreneurs, safeguarding their rights and interests, enhancing their social status and motivating their participation in social affairs.

(Source: Xinhua/Translated and edited by Women of China)

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