|Title:||Tunisia - Agropastoral Development and Local Initiatives Promotion Programme in the South-East – Phase II - Sept 2017|
Jawhra proudly shows baby goats, part of her business is to reproducing and sell the new born goats.
Jawhra Korchiani 47 years old joined the Agropastoral Development and Local Initiative Promotion Programme in 2016, Jawhra start her business breeding 11 goats that are producing up to 6 litters of milk per day. Since Jawhra took charge of her own business her living condictions improved, she has invested into the cheese production and most important the payed the university for her daughter. As the business is going well Jawhra invested of the earnings and buy a machine to make cheese in order to increase productiovity and enlarge the business. (© Alfredo D'Amato)
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|Copyright:||© IFAD / Alfredo D'Amato / Panos|
|Categories:||New from Near East, North Africa, Europe and Central Asia|