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GROW client Anna DebluSource: "Farmer Story #6 – Anna Deblu" by Jessica Kaisaris on the Farmerline website

In December 2014, Farmerline and MEDA visited Vida and 40 other female smallholder farmers in the Lambusie-Karni district of Ghana.

 

Source: "Service, ethics is foundation of their businesses" by Rose Simone in The Record (In print: page 1, page 2 and page 3)

KITCHENER — If you serve your community and customers well, you won't need to worry about the competition.

Jeff Horst

Vida scooping her soybeansSource: "Farmer Story #5 – Vida Baazaantaayele" by Jessica Kaisaris on the Farmerline website

Did you know that half of Ghana's female population is in agriculture?

Peter MillerSource: "On the go: Champaign man has world view of business" by Don Dodson in The News-Gazette

CHAMPAIGN — Peter Miller is only 29, but already he has had business dealings in Ukraine, Romania and Ethiopia and held two jobs in Jerusalem.

Bluffton students at 2015 MEDA ConventionSource: "Students ponder poverty at conference" by Chay Reigle on the Bluffton University website

Nine Bluffton students explored business solutions to poverty at this year's Mennonite Economic Development Associates (MEDA) conference.