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Broh Urges Liberian Women To Export Value-Added Products
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Director-General of the General Services Agency (GSA), Mary T. Broh

 

 

Broh Urges Liberian Women To Export Value-Added Products

MONROVIA, March 14 (LINA) – The Director-General of the General Services Agency (GSA), Mary T. Broh, has encouraged Liberian women to grow their businesses and create value-added products for export. 

She said there is a large market for Liberian products targeting Liberians and others in the United States. 

Broh encouraged Liberian women to continue working with African Women’s Entrepreneurship Program-Liberia (AWEP-L) not only to be able to start successful small businesses, but to grow their businesses.

The GSA Director-General said by growing their businesses, women entrepreneurs will improve their ability to make their voices heard in the Liberian government and society.

She made the statement while among several speakers who participated in the AWEP-L’s commemoration of International Women’s Day in Tappita, Nimba County recently, a release from the US Embassy noted.

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