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SRSP’s Entrepreneurs participated in National Exhibition

35 men and women entrepreneurs from District Swat participated in “Islamabad Handicrafts and Women Entrepreneurs' exhibition held in Islamabad. The entrepreneurs from Swat displayed dried Red Persimmon, Black Persimmon, handmade jewelry and handicrafts. Besides enormous linkages development with a wide range of stakeholders, the entrepreneurs sold products of worth 221,000 PKR during the exhibition. The entrepreneurs are being trained under the Government of Australia funded GEF project and EU funded PEACE project. The exhibition was organized by Islamabad Chamber of commerce.
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