The Brussels-based ambassador of Equatorial Guinea, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, met this week with the two founders of the Lady-Agri group, an association fully dedicated to the promotion and development of entrepreneurial projects aimed at African women heading income generating activities. This association relies on the support and investments from major international institutions.

The Ambassador had an interesting conversation with Hilary Barry and Ayele Sikavi Gabiam, the two founders and considered their initiative of great interest since its builds African women capacities to handle their own businesses. The diplomatic representative also stated that this type of private assistance could be very useful for developing the economic tissue of Equatorial Guinea and reduce unemployment in our country.

Africa | Belgium | Economy

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