Youth entrepreneur steers social enterprise on women’s hygiene

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It is not ordinary for a 20-year-old school graduate to have achieved so much in a short period. However, for Ziyaan Virji, he not only leads in philanthropic endeavours but also is developing a social enterprise that looks at the menstrual health of women.   For the last two years, Ziyan, a graduate of the Aga Khan Academy Mombasa,

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