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These are single mothers - Widows, mixing chemicals for insecticide liquid production.
Like the Chinese Proverb, they are taught to "catch fish" for themselves. Here, they are producing candles for light in this rural area
Widows are producing bread, and baking cakes through the instruction of their teacher, Mother Success Okeke.
Here, the widows assisted by the other destitutes are producing Bakers' Yeast.
They are here taught how to produce vegetable oil. Abundant vegetables are the source within this environment.
They are experimenting on the production of liquid soap, as well as African Black soap.
Widows and these other unemployed persons are taught how to produce skin lotion for ladies and cosmetics for both men and women.
Production of groundnut oil in local quantity is going on here.
A lot of poor families live on Soya Beans. They are taught how to mix them.
They make shoe polish and "dye" materials. These materials are made from source here. Also the widows market them.
Widows are here seen making paper bags.
The also make hair gel, and hair food for women hair.
The widows also learn how to make mats for sleeping. A lot of mats are used in African families.
They make glue for wood work.
The widows also process pineapple juice for the larger markets.
Liquid materials are here produced as insecticides for pest control.
They are here experimenting on producing hard soap in different colors, and in different forms and grades.
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