How Handmade Products Empower Women In Nepal | Link TV
How Handmade Products Empower Women In Nepal
This short film shows snapshots of the women participating in a skills development program in Nepal. This NGO has been empowering women to learn new skills to further their professional development and help them become more self-sufficient since 1975. Among the handmade items products created by the women are purses, home goods and accessories. To learn more about the NGO Women's Skills Development Organization, visit wsdonepal.com.
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