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entrepreneurship at Ngorika

Not only do we have animal care at Ngorika (read more about this in our domestic animals report on July 20), we also discovered some green fingers. One of the boys has started slipping plants at a small scale, with the aim to start a commercial horticulture in the future. While the board is busy exploring several post-high school trajectories, we already see quite a few small entrepreneurs at Ngorika.
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