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Women's Enterprise in Africa: Weaving a Brighter Future

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Uploaded on Nov 2, 2011

Near Tarangire National Park, Tanzania sits a banda, or business stall, where the hands of the Mwada women weave not only baskets and mats but also a future in which they and their daughters will play a greater and more meaningful role within their homes, their communities, and their country. AWF, with support from USAID, constructed this banda to serve as a store where they can sell handcrafts to tourists visiting the nearby national park. The Mwada venture is only one in a string of successful women-run enterprises that were established with the help of AWF that link conservation to economic benefits.

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