Mariama Bonso is a cashew producer in Guinea-Bissau. Processing her product at Buwondena Cooperative has allowed her to send her children to school.
Mariama Bonso is a cashew producer in Guinea-Bissau. Processing her product at Buwondena Cooperative has allowed her to send her children to school. The cooperative has taught local producers a new approach to business.
The world's least developed countries need more reliable power sources. Just turning the lights on could lift nearly 600 million people out of the depths of poverty, according to a new UN report.
Mitchell’s Plain, a suburb of Cape Town, suffers from widespread poverty. The green movement SEED tries to change that. It hopes to improve the situation by teaching pupils and communities how to grow their own food.
In West Africa, the thriving music business is dominated by men. But one female singer in Guinea is helping women improve their prospects. Sayon Bamba has started an academy where young women receive musical training.
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