African women must perform to their full potential (part 2)

African women are both economically active and highly entrepreneurial. However, they are mostly in low-value-added occupations which generate a little economic return.

In this show, we take into consideration a poor woman who lives in a slum, for an example. She wants also to generate some income and be able to pay her bills by her own. What are opportunities open to her for access to credit or other financial services?

Gakuru Albina is again our guest in this show. She is a PHD student at Åbo Akademi university at the Gender Studies Department. She talks to us about her experience as an african, or precisely a kenyan woman who witnesses inequality, poverty or even violence, that her fellow Kenyan women are going through.

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