In February 1999, the Amy Biehl Foundation Trust (ABFT) was get ready to extend its operations outside Cape Town, South Africa. On the other hand, their arrangements were tested by a strike at the Community Bakery, a mission-driven, income creating endeavor associated with ABFT, and money related inconsistencies at one of their most up to date programs, the Parent Teacher Pupil Program. Both occurrences debilitated to undermine Peter and Linda Biehl's logic of recognizing and supporting pioneers from the South African groups in which ABFT worked. Dwindle and Linda expected to settle on choices on each of these episodes rapidly, realizing that they needed to adjust undermining the activity and initiative in the group with letting the circumstances raise outside their ability to control.
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