Spotlight Story January: Women for Women International

 Each month we will be sharing inspiring stories, events and news from all three of our 2019 charitea partners. Get ready to be inspired & empowered!


The ‘Made In Rwanda’ initiative was created to support local clothing production and enrich the domestic market with locally made products. The goods produced will be sold on an on-site marketplace.The introduction of this sewing center is an opportunity to increase women’s employment and to generate income for WfWI graduates.

"The exciting part of this sewing center is that it provides the opportunity for women to earn an income. Most of the women we would like to involve in the center have the basic skills but have not been able to put them to good use because they lack the equipment. This is their opportunity to improve their skills and become self-sufficient,” Joy Rwamwenge said.


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