Saida has lived in Qsar Muoy all her life. She completed her studies all the way until the first year of high school. When she is not working at the association, she can be found following one of her biggest passions: cooking!
Nora studied in school until the sixth grade. Several years later she married young and is now a widow. She supports her one child through her work at the association. She hopes that she can continue improving her craft so she and her association can sell more and improve their livelihoods.
Boucherouite rugs are thick colorful rugs used making recycled clothing that are no longer in use. Many of Tadighoust's boucherouite rugs are defined by distinct traditional symbols rooted in Saharan culture.
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