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Entrepreneurship support. Gender roles and relations which have long been neglected in economic analysis are worthy of incorporation and factorable in the GDP of any nation. The womenfolk of Africa suffer the most when it comes to child up-bringing and care of the homestead. They play the most roles in the provision of food for consumption within the households and other income generation activities by which other they can fend for social activities as embedded in our cultures. Horticultural gardening and skills activities (such as tie and dye, weaving and other handicraft works) are very much lucrative ventures to support and promote entrepreneurship amongst the poor women groups in the Gambia. It is therefore very important to support vegetable gardens of women whose ultimate goal is to support their children going to school.

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