Lake Atitlàn, one of Guatemala's maint water bodies, is both an important tourist attraction and a source of income for populations living on its shores.
In the shea sector value chain, women harvest the nuts and represent 80% of the sector's labour force
Msambwe Madiwa is one of the very few woman trekking guides in Tanzania'z male-dominated tourism sector, thanks to her participation in a cultural tourism enterprise (CTE) initiated by her community and accredited by the Tanzanian Tourism Board (TTB).
In Bolivia, the internal market for local quality handicrafts such as sweaters, garments and household products is limited. Greater sales potential does nonetheless reside in the more than 1 million tourists who visit Bolivia every year.
In the community of Kaï in Mali, mangos have the potential to create incomes for all actors at different levels of the value chain, though at present there is little value added.
Nepalese youth, particularly women and other excluded groups, have significant challenges securing employment. In response, CTEVT and BSET aim to attract more women and excluded groups to their vocational schools.
A partnership for women’s economic empowerment in the apparel manufacturing sector.
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Discover how Uniterra volunteers supported the expansion of a Southern African company, Zoona, into Malawi, transforming the financial and entrepeneurship landscape.