I am so humbled and lucky to announce that we are working with a non-profit manufacturer in the village of Bhikankor, India that trains 20 incredible young women to find their own skills as artisans and more importantly have the means to be independent and self-sufficient.
They are paid a living wage, work in a safe and clean environment, have access to health care and education and child labor is strictly prohibited.
Their parent organization, IPHD sponsors the education of their children, they run the only female health clinic in their village and they deliver workshops on a range of topics including human rights, feminism, menstrual hygiene (which is still considered taboo in India) and financial literacy.
I can't wait to show you what they are making for us. Coming SS19