Women in business, advance growth for the nation
Anita Nirody and Shinta Kamdani
PREMIUM Marjiati br Sembiring Meliala has risen from disaster survivor, to business woman. During the eruption of Mount Sinabung in 2010, she lost her orange field and fertilizer business. Today, thanks to business skills, tools and opportunities Marjiati has a thriving enterprise, cooking from her home and providing wholesome food for the community. “I never thought I would be a businesswoman...
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