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Good social responsibility requires our personal engagement Рbecause it helps to grow people differently 

The first game tailoring training started one year ago.  The women were keen to learn but they were a little scared whether they could make it or not. Hand embroidery, working on a more complex design, knowing that they were … Continue reading

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“We want to know what others know about us and our country” -An amazing project with women selfhelp groups in India

A few weeks ago I visited the women selfhelp groups in Karamadai in Tamil Nadu, India and asked them whether they would be interested in tailoring a game. A local NGO helped to organize and ca 30 women from poor … Continue reading

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Indian friendships and a next exposure trip with managers

I’m happy to be back to Tamil Nadu, back to the tribal women and villages and to a different part of the world where some things just are seen and done differently. It’s somehow about coming back to the roots, … Continue reading

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Two tailoring machines for tribal women – a small contribution, but a huge impact

  We have made it. We have collected some money among friends and colleagues. Via betterplace, an online platform that helps to collect  some money. Nothing special, nothing big. It takes just some time to describe the project and to ask … Continue reading

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