Livelihood Skills

Hand embroidered traditional clothes

Hand embroidered traditional clothes

Sponsored Home Activity:

Groups of women and girls want to learn how to make traditional clothes with hand embroidery. This type of clothes can be sold in stores and on religious days so that it can provide additional income for their families.

Value for poor families:

The opportunity to start a family business and to sell in the market and outside religious places of worship. This extra money for the family from making and selling embroidered religious products is one step out of poverty.

Funding information:

  • Micro Project Budget: £150
  • Donation so far: £0
  • Balance Required: £150

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Beneficiary: Fouzia, Ishrat, Reena, Reshma and Seema

Project Location: Andhra Pradesh, India

Project ID: CRIP1151

Community Facilitation Partner: Center for Research Information Publication and Training – CRIP


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