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Handmade by the Following Members of The Women's Leather Collective Of Marrakech
Souhad El Bahiz
I am married and a mother of seven children. As a beer Amazing woman, I had to work hard in the plant field in order to improve the standard of living for my family because I never attended school. This association helps me and other women like me to have a life with better quality. I'd love to continue in business and associative charity events and helping others.
I am married and a mother of five sons, who are all enjoy studying dermatology because it is my husband's profession. I work hard in my association because I want my children to have a bright future. I have experiences in weaving and sewing and focus on continuous training in this field. I would love to innovate more designs and grow our traditional handcraft industry. In my spare time, I take care of my children well and visit family and relatives. I love reading magazines and do search online.
I never went to school after I graduated from primary school. I am married and a mother of two sons. I love my children a lot, so in order to provide them a better life along with my husband , I joined the association with my girlfriends and sisters. I hope to eliminate middlemen who exploit female artisans and achieve our mission for fair trade. In my spare time, I like hiking with my family around the city of Marrakech.
Souhad is the founder of the Women's Leather Collective of Marrakech. Her husband was a famous leather artisans but when he fell ill, Souhad took over his business and turned into the the bustling cooperative that it is today. She and her husband have three children and she hopes to grow the cooperative into a profitable, much sought after business in the near future.
1ft 8in x 1ft 7in x 12in
50cm x 48cm x 30cm
Detailing, Machine, Dyeing, tamp
Product ID: 15883
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