The Investor Tank pitch competition chose three winners on Nov. 9 during its final live-streamed event. Each of the winners will receive $150,000 to support their work in agribusiness, health and shelter.
“The first thing we’re going to do is we’re going to be buying the land,” said Juliette Low Fleury, a former student of Matènwa Community Center. “[We] can build those terraces so that this land that we've deemed undesirable before will be fit for use so that people can start building their homes and their gardens on it."
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