Women’s Bakery to celebrate a new flagship launch

Posted By: Patience Rutayisire - On:10/05/2018
The womens bakery: An organization that teach women how to make and sell nutritious, affordable breads and manage profitable bakeries in their communities. They will celebrate a new flagship launch tomorrow, 11th May.

As the majority of women, on the globe, are not given priority to adequately study, earn money and have access to proper nutrition Women’s bakery aims to transfer bakery equity to women working at these bakeries to be gainful for themselves.

The women’s bakery has come in the right time since it trains women to operate bakeries adopting basic skills about mathematics and budgeting, especially, for women who only had a few years of schooling. It also partners with organizations and independent groups of women who show potential to operate successful bakeries.

Interestingly, the organization identifies locally available ingredients like flours, vegetables, fruits and nuts to use in recipes.

Women’s bakery also connects with local farmers, craftspeople, property storeowners and leaders to develop our product, markets and infrastructure. In the training that last 150+ hours of theoretical and hands-on education is delivered into local language, Kinyarwanda in order to meet local needs and tastes.

Women learn to source ingredients and to produce and sell breads in their communities. And because bakery infrastructure is built during training, graduates are able to work immediately after graduating.

The women’s bakery promises to continue working closely with women as the bakery grows, providing additional training and infrastructure support.


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