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Rebuilding the economy of Nigeria’s most-vulnerable women post-pandemic || Guardian Talks

By Guardian Nigeria
29 August 2020   |   12:34 pm
On Guardian talks, Nkem Okocha, Founder/CEO, Mamamoni shares how she is helping disadvantaged and rural women get access to finance for their business and how to rebuild the economy of Nigeria's most-vulnerable women post-pandemic.

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