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From Chocolate to Charity

Issued: January 01 2010

When Rebecca Ordish began her career as a language teacher in an Australian public school, she never imagined that she would one day protect the trademarks of one of the world’s top makers of chocolate – or that she would change the lives of women and girls half a world away.

 

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