It’s graduation day, but there’s not a mortarboard hat in sight. Instead, the graduates at this celebration are wearing brightly colored headscarves and big smiles. They are all women, and many of them never had the opportunity to finish high school. But today they’re graduating from an entrepreneurship program in Bojonegoro, East Java—a rural area in Indonesia. They have completed a six-month course of study that has given them new skills in sales, marketing, and basic...
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