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MATANHO PROJECT LAUNCHES WOMEN'S MICRO-CREDIT

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Uploaded on Jan 16, 2011

One Big Nation talks to Paul Mataruse, the vice president, of Matanho about their Women's fund.

This Episode is hosted by Aimee Day

Matanho Project, a Langley, Wash.-based 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization, is dedicated to improving the lives of Zimbabwean musicians and their communities. Since its 2007, Matanho Project has funded US cultural exchange tours by master Zimbabwean mbira groups Mawungira Enharira (2008) and Mbira Dzemuninga (2009) as well as a health fund in Zimbabwe for ailing Zimbabwean musicians and their families. In addition to these two programs, Matanho Project is also working to improve access to potable water and transform farming practices in Zimbabwean villages from a reliance on synthetic fertilizers to a permaculture based system.

For more information about donating to the Matanho Women's Fund or about any of Matanho Project's other programs in Zimbabwe, check our website at

www.matanhoproject.org

for more of the best in world music and folk art visit us at
www.onebignation.com

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