Facebook launches Brazil favela business programme


HELPING HAND: Under the programme, computer use and classes will be offered to entrepreneurs in the poorer slum district of Heliopolis to help them reach more consumers.

SAO PAULO: Facebook launched a new initiative to offer entrepreneurial and technology skills to small businesses in Sao Paulo’s biggest slum, a trial program eyeing Brazil’s huge and increasingly lucrative favelas. 

Under the programme, computer use and classes will be offered to entrepreneurs in the poorer slum district of Heliopolis to help them reach more consumers. 

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