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Knowledge is Power

Ms Rita Weidinger, the Executive Director of Competitive Cashew initiative (ComCashew Formerly African Cashew initiative/ ACi) has a long list of accolades to her credit. A well-read woman that believes in joint efforts and team work for higher success and better life, she is the kind of person that the cashew industry is blessed to receive.

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Surviving all Odds

A land of music and dance, housing numerous tribes with unique choices of attire and ornaments, and well preserved flora and fauna, is Benin, a French-speaking West African nation. It is popular for its Beninese cuisine which incorporates exotic ingredients and involves the use of a number of sauces, the traditional trade of this place being agriculture and cotton manufacture and production. Although regarded as a region of economic instability, it is rich in culture while people are wealthy in their hospitality.

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A trailblazer for female leadership in the cashew sector

Contributing to the cashew sector magnificently, Ms. Filomena Maiopue has made sure that everyone in this field gets a taste of success. In this write up, we celebrate and acknowledge her tremendous efforts!

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Success is a companion of commitment

Success takes months, years and sometimes, even decades. However, when you're passionate and committed towards your goal, no matter how far you have to travel to taste your rewards, you wouldn't be tired. For you know that good things take time, but certainly, they come to light.


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Going Beyond the Boundaries

"If I don't learn, I will be left behind. And you have to keep pace with what's going on and to manage the industry, you have to keep your eyes and ears open." - Mrs Vidya Kamath of Bola

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