Sewing skills mean women can establish their own business

Sewing skills mean women can establish their own business
The sewing school began in 2012 over a conversation with Teresa and her trekkers. We wanted to find some source of income for women so they would not have to work on the building sites. Most of the early students were not labourers, but they did enjoy working and learning together.
When Days for Girls was introduced to the women they learned very quickly and we are now producing kits which can be distributed in the countryside.

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