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Every drink of coffee enjoyed today carries stories untold. Stories of hardship, risk and sacrifice that wouldn’t normally be found on product packaging. Stories that help us better appreciate the journey and the people behind the fix.

In recent years, prefabricated (prefab) homes have gained popularity worldwide as a modern construction approach emphasizing efficiency, sustainability, and cost-effectiveness. Recognizing the potential for growth in this sector, Kosovo entrepreneurs have embraced the demand and emerged

In Niue’s humble industrious capital – Alofi, local entrepreneur Feofaaki Sakalia Fou can be found busy in her home kitchen, meticulously turning banana into chips. It has been the way of life for Feo, as she is commonly known, seeing her mother make and sell banana chips and now, her husband and children.

As a boy, Kingstan Kamuri spent many days traversing the ruins of old plantations along the coast of the Central Province of Papua New Guinea. Thanks to his father’s enthusiasm for the great outdoors, Kamuri developed a passion for hunting, trekking, and exploring the remains of what were once great

It all started in 2015, when 15 unemployed women from Sllatina got together to talk about what they could do with their time, since their kids were growing up. With €10 each in hand, they started a business to produce preserved vegetables (pickles) in a car garage. Fast forward to seven years later,

With the quick changes in the technology and equipment used to share and receive information, Tukundane Nelson, a Communications Officer at the Uganda National Farmers Federation needed help to keep his skills sharp. As he said, “I needed refresher training sessions to boost my photography and