Embrace of entrepreneurship redefines gender roles in Ethiopia

From nazret.com Wed Dec 5 2012, 19:14:19

(GPI/Abenet Sisay and Bezunesh Mammo) Embrace of entrepreneurship redefines gender roles in Ethiopia A local entrepreneur has become the first woman to own and drive a horse-drawn cart in her town. Her family is redefining gender roles here, as her h...

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