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Somalia: Women Seek to Boost Business Through Training in Jubbaland

allAfrica.com Sunday, 24 March 2019 ()
[Dalsan Radio] Approximately 70 Somali businesswomen have been taken through a forum to support access to finance for women-led enterprises, attended by esteemed ministers from the Jubaland Ministry of Women, Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Ministry of Fishery and Marine Resources, and Ministry of Trade and Commerce.
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