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The women who are selected and trained to start street masala (spice}vending business are provided with spices. They have been asked to dry the spices in sun and took them to masala grinding mill and fixed low price for grinding. We requested the mill owners to grind the spices in low price since they are very poor and starting business newly. The mill owners also happy that some new customers they got and they feel that if the business of this women will develop, they will get more business from them.
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In the coming months, CHHASE hopes to be able to extend the opportunity to many more young women in need.
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