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Natacha Agbahoungba

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Leader Natacha Agbahoungba from 2022 Leaders Africa.

Women Economic Empowerment Program Manager, The Batonga Foundation

Benin

Natacha Agbahoungba is the program manager for the Batonga Foundation’s Young Women’s Economic Empowerment program. The Batonga Foundation empowers young women and girls to discover their limitless, untapped potential and transform it into social and economic power. Natacha helped many women to develop practical income-generating capabilities throughout the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to her role at the Batonga Foundation, she also serves as the CEO of Moringa Social Venture SARL, a social venture that farms moringa oleifera—creating cosmetics and nutritious goods from the plant.

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