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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Micro- Entrepreneurs Affects on the People Challenges Faced: Poverty: Nearly half African's survive on less than $1 per day.In 2007 nearly 236 million Africans were undernourished.Disease: mosquitoes carrying malaria are a serious concern. Every 30 seconds a child in Africa dies from malaria. Natural disasters: such as drought, and crop failures. Margaret Saajjabi: Today Margaret is a very successful micro-entrepreneur.Margaret had to quit high school because her family couldn't afford it. She then started to work* worked for the police* a telephone operator* Selling laundry soap and bottled soft drinks. She didn't have enough money to buy goods, so she sold what she had.Later Margaret started selling things for other and kept a small percent of the money she made. Today Saajjabi has hired guards, and plans on helping young women. Also today she supports 6 of her own children, and is helping raise 19 nices and nephews. People are benefiting greatly from micro-entrepreneur. It is not only creating jobs for others, but also encouraging other to start their own small businesses. This is helping increase economic development and also increasing the nations' GDP *Families are able to spend more time together since jobs are getting done faster, with more help, and more effectively. * Saajjabi plans to build more shops to employ young women*Saajabi is supporting her extended family just like many others.* The community is starting to work together to share jobs, and make living easier. This map shows where SaajjabiStarted her mico-entrepreneur business.
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