Tirtha Laxmi is one of the differently-abled women who has proved that all we need in life is strong willpower and determination. Tirtha who is 43, is living happily with her family at Ghatekulo, Kathmandu. Though she couldn't hear and speak, her determination on work is immense. She got skilful training on Sewing from Manushi and she is now our producer for different home textiles and fashion clothing .she is economically empowered, confident women today. She has three normal kids and she has sent her children to a good school by her own income. She is thankful to Manushi, that she has skills on her hand today, she is earning and supporting her family. She says'she gets more inspired when people like her work".
Bring the interesting and intriguing art of tie-dye into your home.
This Tie-dye cushion is eco-friendly, ethically made and dyed by using natural ingredients. The material used is 100% cotton woven by Handloom. The pattern is uneven tie-dye created by folding, crumpling of fabrics with strings. The uneven tie-dye patterns bring liveliness and interesting visual effect to your home.
Manushi is a Fair Trade Organization that follows a social business platform grounded in the objective of improving the economic conditions of poor, disadvantaged and marginalized producers, primarily women, through sustainable development.
A non-profit organization initially established in 1991 to promote traditional Nepali arts and crafts, Manushi has grown into a Fair Trade leader through the diversification of its activities, incorporating management and skill training with entrepreneurship development and micro-financing.
A founding member of Fair Trade Group Nepal, Manushi is dedicated to the Charter of Fair Trade Principles, creating opportunities, ensuring safe and healthy working conditions, building capacity & minimizing our environmental footprint while always remaining transparent and accountable to our stakeholders.
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