Women Entrepreneurs Making the Most of Investment

Kenyeh Barlay, from the United Nations Development Program, argues that women entrepreneurs represent maximum potential for community growth.

“Women are more likely to use [business] resources for the family, rather than individual benefit… They’re very adept at making small businesses grow with just a small injection of funds.” 

Liberia‘s microfinance program helps women in developing countries to achieve financial independence and improve their professional skills, as well as improving community welfare. In mid-October 1.7 Liberians voted in the first national election since 2003, and almost half of these voters were women, which is a good indication of their growing economic independence.

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