Beginning with small industry, providing the funding to electrify the village proper of Bette, developing an oxen loan program, improving the water system and promoting improved agriculture, today Bette is a busy and thriving town with at least four times the original population, a large weekly market and personal success stories like that of Zahara. Zahara began as an eager 16 year old girl, working the mornings in the Woman’s Association garden and walking 5 kms one way to her school in the afternoons. She is now the mother of three children, owns a fine cinder block home in Bette and operates a small shop close to the main highway in Bette.


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