Orange Kenya donates KES 2.19 mln for livelihood project

Tuesday 25 February 2014 | 14:04 CET | News
Orange Kenya has extended its support to the Laisamis Livelihood Improvement project into the second phase with a donation of KES 2.19 million to World Vision Kenya. Orange CEO Mickael Ghossein said that he was very pleased with the success of phase one which led to increased food production. The team has identified a few new challenges to be addressed during phase two. The challenge now is accessing markets for the produce. Women must als be trained to manage their new resources for increased agricultural output and economic empowerment of their communities. World Vision Director has

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Companies: Orange Kenya
Countries: Kenya
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