Not always exciting, but important: agriculture
Di McCann, mother of N4A Executive Director Sophie McCann, visited our projects in 2015.
Here’s what we achieved in 2015… In Rwanda: ·Women learned new vocational skills that helped them earn an income: In our urban project, women learned hairdressing and cookery and 98% said their income had increased since they joined Aspire; on average, the women were earning about £24/$34 per month by the end of 2015. […]
Honouring a long-time friend of Network for Africa
N4A and PCCO’s new agricultural project in Patongo, northern Uganda.
N4A is expanding its Aspire project into Rutunga, a rural community in Rwanda.
Ribbe Aye Teko (Together we are strong) is a group of bright women in Patongo determined to improve their lives.