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Friday, 3 February 2012

Blind Women of Kang'onga

The excellent Gethsemane Mwizabi returns with another piece on how the women of Kang'onga are defying blindness to engage in agriculture entrepreneurship through the Twashuka Women’s Club in Ndola. The women have been involved in various entrepreneur activity from selling Munkoyo to common ownership of a piece of land where they grow maize. Along the way, they have also received financial support of K10 million from the Ministry of Gender, which they have used to hammer mill. More detail via Times of Zambia.

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