Tuesday, May 9, 2023

JHOJHANDHY GONZALES is an entrepreneur who have a business called MINI Plants Pucallpa, She grows ornamental plants, and with recycled wood makes ecological souvenirs. Cacti, terrariums, large and small plants that can be kept in all kinds of spaces. In the pandemic, when everything came to a standstill, USAID and CEDRO helped Jhojhandhy by providing virtual training in finance and marketing. She learned to set prices, and to advertise her products.

In the last 5 years, USAID and CEDRO, through the CRECE Alliance, have provided internet access to 105 rural communities, benefiting 72,000 people and provided financial training to more than 20,000 people and also provided 14,500 credits.



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