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Employment Opportunities

In the communities where we operate, people earn between $30 and $50 a month, below both the country's official minimum wage and the World Bank-defined poverty line of $2 a day. Wage-paying jobs are almost non-existent in the area, with the vast majority earning what little they have through subsistence activities: farming, hunting, livestock herding, fuel wood collection and charcoal burning. We not only pay workers 70 percent higher than the country's minimum wage, but also provide employment nearly year-round, including during the dry season when employment and income are scarce.

When workers have money, rural-urban migration is reduced and dollars are recycled and reinvested into the communities in which they work and live, uplifting the entire economy of the region and helping to empower hundreds, and eventually thousands, of people.

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