Professional Mentoring

The HERA professional mentoring programme pairs women with a member of the local business community who provides advice and guidance for a year.

HERA France: Call for Mentors!

HERA France is in immediate need of business mentors for this year's students! With your professional guidance, you can make a real difference in the life of young woman survivor to successfully achieve her career goals. Click to learn more!

Entrepreneurship Training

The HERA Entrepreneurship Training programme equips young women with the professional and personal skills to succeed.

International Grants Competition

The HERA International Grants Competition empowers female entrepreneurs in Eastern Europe and the Caucasus, such as Moldovan designer Olya Boieru, Founder of Bagy.

" HERA is an amazing organisation that helps women who have had bad experiences to believe in themselves; that they can do anything they want with their lives. "

 

-HERA Student

 

Entrepreneurship Training

Entrepreneurship Training
Join our entrepreneurship training program, facilitated in partnership with Imperial College Business School in London.

Professional Mentoring

Professional Mentoring
Are you a member of the business community eager to enable others to succeed? Share your expertise by mentoring a survivor.

Grant Making

Grant Making
The HERA International Grants Competition is open to women entrepreneurs in Armenia, Georgia, Moldova, Romania and Ukraine. Apply now!

Entrepreneurs against Human Trafficking

HERA provides entrepreneurship training, professional mentoring and grants to women survivors of human trafficking, violence and exploitation. Our programmes actively engage the business community, enabling vulnerable women to achieve economic independence.

   

To date, HERA has provided entrepreneurship training and professional mentoring to 360 women survivors of human trafficking, violence and exploitation. Through the International Grants Competition, HERA has awarded 132 grants to female-owned small businesses totalling more than £70,000 and creating employment for 500 young women at risk in Eastern Europe and the Caucasus.