Entrepreneur scheme aims to help homeless out of poverty

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Entrepreneur scheme aims to help homeless out of poverty

It's the initiative that's giving homeless people in the capital the chance to tap into their entrepreneurial talent and climb out of poverty.

The idea is to give those living in temporary accommodation the money and guidance they need to start their own business.

And when Mohamad Khalife found himself evicted and homeless in Westminster he signed up to the programme. Now he runs a business which is forecasting a net profit of £20,000.

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