Source: The News
As part of efforts aimed at empowering women through small and medium skills enterprises, the Liberia Coca-Cola Bottling Company (LCCBC) has identified with more than 35 young women by providing assistance to them for the establishment of their own businesses.

The beneficiaries were given US$250.00 each by the company to purchase products of Coca-cola to do business on their own.

LCCBC Country Manager, Seth Adu-Baah disclosed that the company has provided training for the women to enhance their capacity.

The LCCBC Boss said 20 of the 35 women were selected by the Ministry of Gender, while the remaining 15 were selected through a process by the LCCBC.

Mr. Adu-Baah revealed that the women empowerment program started a year ago to help Liberian women with their own business.

He disclosed that the company has constructed a school for the community at the cost of US$ 500,000.

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