Humane Treatment of Farm Animals


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Crafts/ Development

By a female, 31-45 years old, in Jinja, Uganda
Map of CRAFTS/ DEVELOPMENT Mukama Mwesigwa : it is a group of women and men named themselves Mukama Mwesigwa .It started slowly by slowly by doing hand crafts like door mats ,Baskets,Basket food warmers , hen baskets where hens lay eggs,sawing table clothes, beads etc.Now their have grown up by up by selling their crafts. Their have managed to buy tents and chairs which their hire different people .Our benefits are we sell our crafts products and hire the tents and chairs we get package at the end of the year. Read more.
Related to project keywords: hen, hens, eggs, products, benefits
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Project Leader

David Dern

Ottawa, ON Canada

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