While browsing the homepage, I discovered that in Pu Ngaol, women earn about 25 USD less than men, and instead of receiving a wage, families are given offerings for their work. But this is all I could find regarding finances.
I was writing to ask for some clarity and perhaps some number figures regarding income and village expenses/spending. Perhaps to how much an average farmer makes, the income of an average-sized household, and/or the spending of a family of 5. Just to throw a few ideas out.
We thought that inquiry would come up at some point. We’ve just updated our Resources page, where you can find information about the villagers’ daily spending and income sources.
Let me know if there’s any more missing information that we can help you with.
This reply was modified 11 months ago by Jean Aquinde.
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