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INNOVATION HELPS ZAMBIAN WOMEN AND YOUTHS BOUNCE BACK IN CROSS-BORDER TRADE
UNDP Accelerator Labs & Africa Borderlands Centre are harnessing innovative solutions to put border communities in Zambia in a stronger position to navigate the COVID-19 crisis & stay in business.
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Story and photos by Moses Zangar, Jr., Communications Specialist/UNDP Zambia. Drone photo of the Victoria Falls: skytrailszambia.com
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