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'Why do something just because that's the way it's done?': Anna Robertson, the woman behind Yevu clothing

By Administrator | 14 November 2016

"It was at a baby naming ceremony, known as an "outdooring", in Accra when things turned surreal for Anna Robertson. As the Yevu founder sat at the back of an all-Ghanaian congregation and an envelope was triumphantly torn open to reveal her employee's child's name, all eyes fell on the aid worker turned social entrepreneur. Anna Frances Robertson Obeng was celebrated that day, named after the Mosman-raised boss who had given her father work and, for the first time in his life, a regular income." Read more

Daisy Dumas Sydney Morning Herald 5 Nov 2016


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