35-year-old, Niru Tamang is originally from Sindhupalchowk came to Kathmandu in search of work. She has been working here since 2006. She came here for the treatment of her husband who is a patient of leprosy. She used to work as a tailor before she came here. She got to enhance her skills by getting involved here through various training provided here. She has 2 children who she wants to educate and make their futures bright.
Sal Maya Magar is from Morang, Jhapa and got married to her husband who was from Dhadhing. She came to Kathmandu more than 25 years ago to see how Kathmandu city looks like and to earn a living she worked in a carpet factory. She has been working in the New SADLE for more than 20 years now and is really happy that she is working here as she feels safer and has better benefits than the carpet factory. Her aim is to educate her children and make them able to stand on their feet.
A bag with a story behind it.
The Dhaka pattern has been in the Nepali culture for a long time. Taking this local design into the lovely new sling bag creates the feel of holding a piece of Nepal while you are traveling all over the world.
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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