Agriculture, Food and Beverage

Loans are helping Kenyan women turn idle land into stable businesses

Most women are locked out of the chance to start a business without land deeds. Image: REUTERS/Noor Khamis

Kagondu Njagi

Contributor, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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Fatuma Wario and a colleague work at her kitchen garden in Tuluroba village, eastern Kenya, December 6, 2018. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Kagondu Njagi

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