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U.S. Spending $900,000 to Help Women Start Businesses–in Peru and El Salvador

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(CNSNews.com) – The U.S. is spending $900,000 to help women start businesses and create jobs–in Peru and El Salvador.

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced the new Women’s Entrepreneurship Trust Fund last month on visit to the Peruvian capital of Lima.

“The United States is making an initial contribution of $900,000 to launch pilot programs here in Peru and in El Salvador,” Clinton said on October 16.

“But we need more partners and more contributors to the trust fund, so I’d like to invite other governments and businesses to contribute.”

The money, according to Clinton, will be used to train rural women in Peru and in El Salvador for jobs as entrepreneurs and small business owners.

 

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  1. Dr Tar

    November 6th, 2012

    The women participating in the programs will be safe as long as they stay away from the U.S. consulates. You just never know when a demonstration with assualt rifles, RPGs and mortars will break out spontaneously.

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  2. grayscape

    November 6th, 2012

    Bob Menendez has been helping lots of women start jobs…

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  3. Racist

    November 6th, 2012

    They train the “natives” in the remote villages who can’t read or write (and are possibly topless), the basket weavers mountain goat milkers, and crop harvesters to (put on clothes and shoes) and operate the fry cooker and the cleaning supplies so that when they come to the US they will be able to take the job of some teenager or unskilled American worker!

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  4. Joe

    November 6th, 2012

    Oh, that picture of Shrillary again… she is just not aging well at all. My sympathies to her pervert husband. It has to be very hard on him.

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  5. Carlos The Jackal

    November 6th, 2012

    Miserable c__t, why don’t you tell the truth for once and say what this really is: Yet more wealth redistribution.

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