Husband and wife team Mohammed and Nasima live in a challenged neighborhood in India called Kajuri Khaas, where access to clean water and electricity is limited. With the help of Tara Projects, they’ve set up a jewelry workshop that is an important beacon of hope for the community.Explore their jewelry >
Saris are a traditional garment worn by women in some parts of Asia. When these lengths of cloth are no longer suitable for clothing, they can be recycled into any number of items that offer cultural flair.
Many women at the Sacred Mark workshop where these throws are made were victims of abuse. A holistic approach to skills training gives women tools for success.
Ten Thousand Villages creates opportunities for artisans in developing countries to earn income by bringing their products and stories to our markets through long-term, fair trading relationships.