Follow up of the “Network of Women Literacy” Project
25 février 2015

In May 2013, AEA China lunched a pilot bamboo weaving training of CHI002 project in Huba Village, Qingshen County with 15 rural women involved in.

Two bamboo weaving companies also joined us by providing skill training and promising to buy weaved products made by these women. After 45 days of studying, some of women can weave some small products like souvenirs, which will be sold at the price of 80-120 RMB/piece.

In this way, rural woman can earn some money by themselves and make themselves more confidence.

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