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Engaging women from low-income families in beer brewing to help them increase their income


Many women from low-income families are facing problems in employment. Some receive low pay but work long hours, while the lack of qualifications usually means a limited choice of work available to them.

The venture aims to provide an extra source of income for women from low-income families to earn money through brewing beer by upcycled bread. The beer will be sold through licensed online and offline channels. The venture offers jobs of flexible hours, allowing the employed women to make better plans to pursue further studies or spend time with their families.

The venture not only enables the women to increase their income but also helps them enhance self-confidence and competitiveness, as well as integrate into society. Through teaching the skills of brewing, the venture helps the women develop their creativity by which they may be able to create their own brands and start their business in future.

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Approved Funding Amount


Funding Period (Status)

1 year (Ended)


Provided training to 5 women and 5 elderly from low-income families


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