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Seventy (70) women entrepreneurs from Banfora, Bobo-Dioulasso, Sindou, Toussiana, Noumoudara, Nouna, and Gaoua attended a workshop in Banfora on October 23, 2014.  This training was sponsored by the U. S. Embassy to Burkina Faso and focused on the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) and how to export to the United States.  Minata Kone and Christiane Coulibaly, two Burkinabe alumnae of the African Women Entrepreneur Program (AWEP), used this opportunity to share their experiences as women entrepreneurs and advise their peers on best practices.  These businesswomen are already exporting cashews and dried mangoes to U.S. and European markets.

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Aim: The project WFE aims to strengthen women’s food entrepreneurship in city slums in Kenya & Burkina Faso, by building inclusive business models for food security. based on an integrated understanding of the complex interactions between soil quality, food production and quality and nutrition for vulnerable groups.

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Burkina Faso’s economy is favourable to trade, and the condition of its infrastructure is considered satisfactory. The mining sector attracts most of the investment, and exploration of new deposits is increasing. Some mineral deposits of gold and manganese have been discovered. New infrastructure projects are in discussion, following the success of the Bagré Reservoir, the projects are expected to stimulate new activities and attract more investment.


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