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Helen Ramos Miscellaneous October 25, 2022

After enabling 43 conflict-affected illiterate girls and young women to read and write and master tailoring skills to generate income last year, Blossom Hill Fellow Rahmatullah Hamraz recently inaugurated his second class of students. Over the next nine months, he will work with his students, who are internally displaced, to bring positive social change and alleviate poverty in their conflict-affected communities primarily through their empowerment. This program aims to raise the status of girls in poor families and communities by equipping them with the skills necessary to run their own businesses and become economically independent.