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HandyWomen Basket Bags For Sale

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HandyWomen Training Workshop

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Understanding the traditional knowledge of crafts is very important for women entrepreneurs who are passionate about being creative, innovative and reaching new heights in their businesses.

The training was facilitated by Ms. Paula Namusitwa who sensitized the women on traditional knowledge and some extra special nuggets on IP (Intellectual Property Rights).

Handy Women Skills School Center partnered with ILaED. ORG (International Lawyers And Economists For Development) and KCCA Employment Service Bureau for the November training in crafts which was a success. 

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HandyWomen Mentoring Workshop

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Ms. Cissy Nagawa skilled the women on the basic crafting of a mat and ordinary basket aka kikapu from palm leaves and banana fibre.

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This was extremely fun for the women because they understood very well that even though some of them have an 8am to 5pm job, they can do this on the side and earn an extra income.

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