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Vulnerable Kitwe Women Helped With Start-Up Capital And Business Management Skills

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Kitwe Women

Titandize Foundation has empowered a group of vulnerable women in Kitwe with start-up capital and business management skills. This was done in order to help them gain financial independence so they could help their families and keep their children in school.

The Foundation believes that vulnerable Zambians cannot escape poverty by merely receiving food hampers, but by getting empowered with life surviving skills, financial literacy, business management skills as well as capital acquisition.

Titandize Foundation says it wishes to see a prosperous and thriving Zambia.
The Foundation has however called on well-meaning Zambians to come on board to support the noble cause.

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