Iraq – Agriculture-major graduate succeeds in establishing mushroom cultivation project

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Location:  Sulaymaniyah – Iraq

Language: Arabic

Duration: 00:04:51

Source: A24

Restriction: A24 Clients

Dateline: 18-2-2022

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Shaima Hamdallah, a graduate of the Agricultural Institute, decided not to wait for civil service jobs and started her own business. The young woman succeeded in setting up a small farm project to produce oyster mushrooms, generating about 10 million (Iraqi Dinars) IQD (about USD 6,851) with a capacity of more than a ton annually. With an area of ​​only 16 square meters, Hamdallah transformed part of the ground floor of her house into a farm starting with just 12 mushroom spores. She hopes to obtain support from the government or organizations that help start-ups and called on unemployed graduates to take action and start their own small businesses.

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– Soundbite (Shaima Hamdallah – The owner of the mushroom cultivation project):

 “I’m Shaima Hamdallah living in Sulaymaniyah’s Bazyan. I graduated from an Agricultural Institute two years ago and succeeded in launching a project within my specialty, which is oyster mushroom cultivation. I hope to get support from the government or organizations helping start-ups in order to expand the project.”

– Soundbite (Shaima Hamdallah – The owner of the mushroom cultivation project):

 “I call on all graduates to be ambitious and start small, low-cost projects and try to generate income.”

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