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Check this out: No. 41 helps a Rwandan Community

There is nothing more uplifting than reading about companies who are doing it right. One example is a Rwandan company, No. 41, which teaches orphan girls (ages 18 – 25) how to sew so that they can learn a living wage. ALSO they help educate the workers by sending a group of 17 to university. ALSO their company now gives back to the community by providing one hot meal per day to 870 students at the local schools.

Take note!!

At Work with No. 41 | A Beautiful Mess

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This entry was posted on August 21, 2013 by in Education, Minority Race/Poor/Indigenous Rights, Women and Children's Rights and tagged , , .
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