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    Dear Respectable ladies,
    It is really a great thing that you are engaged in empowering women. It is a duty to encourage women in all situations. I would like to share a project with you ladies. There are many women who stay at home or just engage in businesses where they make losses.

    If you could provide them with ideal business ideas. I had personnally made guave de chine pickle at home. It was very tasty and lasted for very long. The women at home may form a venture of 50 members and start such a project at making this pickle where the raw material is readily available in Mauritius. You should make it very dry and only make with semi-raw guavas. You should not add sugar at all.

    This can help to generate profits for each membet to earn Rs 3000 each month. You could diversify with only sugarless products like cookies enhanced with honey for our diabetes patients. The smes or government bodies or any funding bodies will surely help you to raise capital.

    This is a step to empower women at home and let them feel integrated in the progress of our economy. Those women normally are just considered as care givers to families but they could also be self employed from their homes and earn something with only few hours of work.

    Later the family make encourage them entrepreneurial skills. They may become a bit educated.
    I want our women to be very successful and become a great example to other countries.

    Note : A humble request, please this comment is meant to the organisation. Do not move it from here to make this a suggestion. I have just shared a view with the women.

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