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Stitching a Future | Sustainable Livelihoods for Women in India

Zenena Women is a social enterprise in Lucknow India, set up for a group of talented women who make ethical hand-made textile products & exquisite embroidery. Australian designers Carlie Ballard, Pure Pod, Awear, and One Another Design have come together with a crowd funding project to help ensure a safe workplace and fair and secure income…

by The AFC

10 April 2019


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Zenena Women is a social enterprise in Lucknow India, set up for a group of talented women making hand-made textile products & exquisite embroidery. Zenena helps create a safe workplace and fair and secure income for these women, and they’re asking for your help.

Australian designers Carlie Ballard, Pure Pod, Awear, and One Another Design have come together with a crowd funding project which you can learn more about and support via the link below.


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