Women with Disabilities Learn to Produce Hand Sanitizer and Masks to Stop Spread of Covid-19

Cameroon | Africa

Navonine Agnes Kuoh founded the AGUI FOUNDATION, working with and for women and girls, particularly those living with disabilities. She empowers them to become economically stable by teaching them skills such as knitting, embroidery, sewing, and the production of hand fans, jewelries, powdered and liquid soap. In line with this mission, recently, the women and girls have learned to produce hand sanitizers and face masks to prevent the spread of Covid-19. By giving these women and girls skills, they become enabled to contribute to the growth of their society, ultimately making them happy and useful.

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