A Sewing course for Kenyan Women

Sewing skills give women a chance to earn an important additional income for their families.

Sewing technician Karin, and designers Liina and Kalle, all Estonians, taught the women of Shianda how to sew during their time as volunteers there. Each fall, the women independently sew a hundred school uniforms, to be worn by students that are supported by Estonians through the Brilliant Fund. Likewise, the women work hard to win procurements made by other schools in the area in order to earn a bigger income. With this gift, you support the Women’s Fund, which promotes and develops women’s entrepreneurship and welfare in Mondo’s destination countries.

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85% of the donation goes directly into the destination country.


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