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The quarterly spend—the corporation’s largest ever, also included a $1 million equity investment in Kasha, a women-focused e-commerce player operating in Kenya and Uganda.The Trump administration is investing in African e-commerce startups focused on rural areas|Yomi Kazeem|September 10, 2020|Quartz
Two such activists are Frank Mugisha and Kasha Jacqueline Nabagesera in Uganda.Could an African LGBT Activist Win the Nobel Peace Prize?|Jay Michaelson|May 5, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Then they brought the old man into the hut and gave him a bowl of kasha to eat, because he had had no dinner.
There was no magic about the kasha; but it was good enough kasha for all that, and hunger made it better.
Is it true that thou, Ahura Mazda, seizest the waters from the sea Vouru-kasha with the wind and the clouds?
I, Ahura Mazda, seize the waters from the sea Vouru-kasha with the wind and the clouds.
Léonie for me, old Kasha for the children—they do everything.The Genius|Margaret Horton Potter