Mimuni was born in 1969 in the village of Magaman, she is not married, and has never had the opportunity to attend school. Now she attends a literacy program. Mimuni believes that being part of the association allow her to empower and develop herself by earning her own income. She specializes in modern sewing techniques and loves her work at home, decorating the home and taking care of her children. She hopes that the association is able to thrive and be successful.
Miluk was born in 1976, and learned the artisan craft from other women of the association. She has never attended school and is not yet married. She specializes in sewing and taking care of her home, and hopes one day to learn how to use a computer.
The Tahrut is the traditional Saharad shawl. Decorated with bright threads in traditional and intricate designs, these soft and large fabric shawls add color and a Moroccan accent to any outfit or space.
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