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  • Over 60% of the participants are currently promoting the responsible harvest of chambira.

  • 50% of participants actively participated in the implementation of alcohol control measures in the community.

  • 30% of participants shared the mural's achievements on their social networks. The mural created at the CAP is located on the wall of the primary school, visible to all community members, students, and visitors, as a means of education and promotion of artisanal work and the importance of crafts in the community.

  • The agreements generated in the workshop, mainly the theft of chambira and the issue of irresponsible alcohol consumption, were immediately addressed in a follow-up community meeting.

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