Ghana’s Queen Mothers revive grassroots women empowerment » A a women-run brick making factory in Ferro Village. (WNV / Caleb Chirano)

The Mutare Cooperative was implemented on the ground by ZINAHCO (Zimbabwe National Association of Housing Cooperatives). This CLIFF (Community Led Infrastructure Funding Facility), delivers secure housing to the urban poor.
Within the cooperative, is a production supply for all CLIFF construction materials, from roofing materials, bricks, wooden doors, metal frames for windows and doorways.
A additional group of women make and supply bricks for houses, making up to 1,500 bricks per day using just one five-brick mold.
The ‘Miracle Group’ brick makers, Thelma Tambo (pink), Grace Mwarumba (white cap) and Shumirai Neube, at work on their brick making. They work on order for bricks and will make the bricks on location whoever orders them.
A a women-run brick making factory in Ferro Village. (WNV / Caleb Chirano)

A a women-run brick making factory in Ferro Village. (WNV / Caleb Chirano)

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