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5,000 women will benefit from the $ 300,000 grant from the Coca-Cola Foundation

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The Coca-Cola Foundation said 5,000 women will benefit from its $ 300,000 grant to improve the lives of women in Lagos State through its program: Catalyst for Change 2.0.

Online forum gathered that women and youth will be from the communities of Surulere, Alausa / Agidingbi, Ijora, Agege and Onigbongbo in Lagos State for a period of 10 months

Let it be known to Online forum yesterday in Lagos, the director of public affairs and communications of the Nigerian bottling company, Ekuma Eze, noted that eradicating poverty, empowering women and young people are key priorities for them.

Eze explained that the Catalyst for Change program was developed to ensure that these key areas are addressed in communities.

“Poverty reduction and the empowerment of women and youth remain key priorities for the Coca-Cola system in Nigeria.

“The Catalyst for Change program was developed to ensure that these key areas are addressed in the communities we call home and we are really proud of the results achieved so far.”

Also speaking, the Founder / Program Director of the Karis & Eleos Hand of Hope Foundation, Bukola Bamiduro underlined the importance of the “Catalyst For Change 2.0” project.

She declared her role in empowering women and underserved youth in Nigeria.

“We are proud to continue this impactful program and make a meaningful contribution to the lives of more women and girls in the country.

“We express our gratitude to the Coca-Cola Foundation which has remained steadfast in its commitment to this project.

“The program plan will adopt two training models which will include hands-on training courses (such as baking, bag making, shoe making, hairdressing, makeup, tie and dye design, and production of clothing). (household cleaning supplies) and business courses that will provide training around the fundamentals of running a successful business; personal branding and product image; accounting; accounting and financial management; recruit clients; take advantage of social media; access loans and grants; gender-based violence and recycling. She said.

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