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Type of projects: provides refurbished tools to schools and projects that promote entrepreneurship and guide youth after their training; collect and refurbish discarded tools carpentry and joinery, metalwork, auto mechanics, building and construction, sewing, plumber, electrical works, shoemaking
Country/region: Burkina Faso; Cameroon; Ghana; Kenya; Malawi; Tanzania; Uganda; Zambia
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