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May 17, 2012

WFP El Salvador Promotes Women Entrepreneurs

WFP El Salvador supports women
entrepreneurs in the food industry

WFP El Salvador Supports Creating New Female Owned Food Businesses

WFP El Salvador is supporting women who want to provide better meals for their families and communities.  It has teamed with the National Centre for Micro and Small Businesses (CONAMPYE) and the Ministry of Education's (MINED) Project “Provision of Local Food, Education and Health.”

WFP El Salvador provides consulting on "good practices in food, nutrition, health and hygiene." It also provides funding for cooking equipment such as an oven, kitchen, grill, weights, and containers.

For more see:

Moreno, Tania. "El Salvador: Women Entrepreneurs Reaching Their Goals," WFP Press Release, 17 May 2012.

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