The SEWA Way


The SEWA Way By Reema Nanavaty The author presents three examples of engaging women in entrepreneurial ventures that drive their transformation and, in turn, the communities they live in.  “By enhancing and building on the skills and knowledge a woman already has, she gains confidence in her abilities.” “The climate change mitigation and adaptation implementation …

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