Stories of social enterprises inspire second season of DBS mini-series

Pamela Chng (in black), founder of Bettr Barista, conducting a coffee-related workshop.  Bettr Barista has a four-month holistic training programme for women aged 17 to 50, as well as at-risk youth of both genders such as school dropouts.
Pamela Chng (in black), founder of Bettr Barista, conducting a coffee-related workshop. Bettr Barista has a four-month holistic training programme for women aged 17 to 50, as well as at-risk youth of both genders such as school dropouts.PHOTO: BETTR BARISTA

SINGAPORE - At home-grown social enterprise Bettr Barista, disadvantaged women are turned into professional baristas.

In Hong Kong, one social enterprise give coffee grounds a new life by transforming them into useful products.

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