She started off by touring a textile facility run by a female in Addis Ababa. The Women’s Global Development and prosperity (WGDP), was launched in the febuary which fortunately for them also coincides with president Trump proposed cuts to foreign aids.
Reports suggests that the point of the initiative was to help women get well-paying jobs. The daughter of the president went to this Ethiopian clothes manufacturing company, which have been around for more than 16-year.
In a session with Ms Trump, she said “Fundamentally we believe that investing in women is a smart development policy and it’s smart business. It is also in our security interests because women when they are empowered they foster peace and stability and we have seen this play out time and time again.”