Kenyan ball manufacturer positively impacts workers’ lives
29 August 2023 | 7:08 am
Alive and Kicking — a social enterprise that manufactures sports balls — has increased the number of people with disabilities working in its factory. The company says it's part of its contribution to attaining society's sustainable development goals.
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