“Reina Quispe, 32, has lived in La Oyada, a community on the outskirts of the city of Ayacucho, for 15 years. She is a gifted and audacious entrepreneur”, informed SOS Children’s Villages International.
Since most mothers in this village can’t leave their homes to work, they are left with few options to generate an income.
“This project allows the women to generate income from home,” says SOS social worker Sandra Roca. “They can knit, generate income with their art at home and raise their children,” as you can read in the aforementioned website.
This project is helping women that can make crafts use this knowledge and ability for helping their families have better lives.
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