Dil Kumari Lawati is from Pachthar and has been working for New SADLE for 16 years now. She came to visit her relatives in Kathmandu saw an opportunity to make a living here and worked at Aama Implex in Patan for 3 years. After that, she has been working for New SADLE. She got the necessary training fro New SADLE. She has one aim in life now and that is to educate her children and make them able to sustain themselves.
Sumitra Satar 34-year-old lady is originally from Pharping which is a small town on the south side of Kathmandu. She got training in weaving, tailoring and batik painting in Kumbeshwor Technical School in Patan. She has been working here since 2001. She came here started working and also found the love of her life, got married and also has 2 children. She is very happy that she came here to work here. She gained new skills and now she wants to work hard for her children’s education and a better life.
100% cotton Dhaka textile is used for making this sling bag is made on the premises of New SADLE workshop, where craftsmen work hard to produce this piece of art.
New SADLE is a non-profit organization working for the rehabilitation, social and economic upliftment of leprosy-affected people, polio victims, and other underprivileged communities and providing them employment opportunities.
It is a member of Fair Trade Group Nepal and WFTO and produces Fair Trade Handicraft product. New SADLE is a non-governmental, non-religious, non-political and not for profit organization registered with the District Administration Office, Kathmandu, Government of Nepal and affiliated with the Social Welfare Council.
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