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Fair trade and shopping Africa. How literacy and entrepreneurship training creates sustainability and  independence for women.

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Deirdre McGuigan, Indego Africa
African Women Artisans, Global Markets, Fair Trade and Education


Market Access makes a difference in women's lives around the world.
Deidre McGuigan Indego-Africa.jpgThese cooperatives and women business partners use sustainable local resources to create colourful, useful, and beautiful products we can all enjoy. Learn about how Fair Trade is created from the ground up.  
Learn how Deirdre McGuigan and Indego Africa are making a difference in the lives of Rwandan women business owners.
Literacy, and entrepreneurship training creates sustainable independence!  
Did you know plastic bags are illegal in Rwanda? 
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Studies show that when resources are directed toward the women, everyone benefits! Gender equality is crucial for conservation, sustainable development, and equitable benefit sharing. Women green entrepreneurs make informed choices and negotiate outcomes that balance biodiversity, conservation, and human development needs. 
10,000 years ago, we women developed agriculture based on our menstrual connection to lunar cycles.  Our passion and dedication is to “Woman-Identified Sustainable Development,” putting women and our lifelong experiences back at the center of development strategies. is woman owned, operated, and financed. 


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