Truck takes free catering and business training to the Brazilian favelas
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We recently wrote about how the University of Virginia is helping boost the local economy in South Africa by getting workers to build and sell their own water filtration devices. Now a new project taking place in Brazil, Eu que Fiz – which translates as 'I Made That' – is providing mobile training in chocolate-making and food business management to those in the country's poor areas. Based in São Paulo and organized by grocery brand Selecta and charity CUFA (Central Única de Favelas do Brasil), the project has repurposed a truck as a learning space, featuring a small kitchen and…
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