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February 2018 - Newsletter Video Blog Summary

February 2018 - Newsletter Video Blog Summary

This February I met with Mr Hassan Bello of the Ajala Project.

Was a panelist at the SHETRADES MENA HUB LAUNCH.

Started my Six Items Challenge 2018 and celebrated Fairtrade Fortnight 2018.

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Six Items Challenge 2018 with Labour Behind The Label

Six Items Challenge 2018 with Labour Behind The Label

So here I am for the seventh consecutive year participating in the Six Items Challenge with Labour Behind The Label.

This year the challenge commences 14th February - 29th March 2018.

Six Items Challenge 2018

Everyday Hero Six Items Challenge 2018 - The Lilfairtrade Shop

For those interested I have also attached links to the Six Items Challenges, 2017, 2016 and 2012 - 2015.

https://www.thelittlefairtradeshop.com/blogs/news/six-items-challenge-2017

Six Items Challenge 2016

Six Items Challenge 2012-2015

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Interviews - The Ra'ana Liaquat Craftmen's Colony (RLCC), Karachi, Pakistan, (2011 & 2015) FAIR TRADE PAKISTAN SERIES

Interviews - The Ra'ana Liaquat Craftmen's Colony (RLCC), Karachi, Pakistan, (2011 & 2015) FAIR TRADE PAKISTAN SERIES

The Ra'ana Liaquat Craftmen's Colony

Income Generation Programme
 
The Ra'ana Liaquat Craftmen's Colony was founded by Begum Ra'ana Liaquat, 1954.

I visited their inspirational headquarters and observed training workshops where ladies were taught to produce beautiful up-cycled products.

Mrs Nisreen was happy to share her story and work experiences. It was wonderful to learn how the income generation programme had empowered her and given her the opportunity to supplement her income by designing crochet products.

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Interviews - Home Based Women's Workers Federation (HBWWF), Karachi, Pakistan, (2011 & 2015) FAIR TRADE PAKISTAN SERIES

Interviews - Home Based Women's Workers Federation (HBWWF), Karachi, Pakistan, (2011 & 2015) FAIR TRADE PAKISTAN SERIES

I was privileged and honoured to interview Ms Zehra Khan, Mrs Jameela and many other ladies at the The Home Based Women's Workers Federation during December/January 2011 and February 2015.

The Home Based Women's Workers Federation with over 4600 members in Quetta (Balochistan) and Hyderabad and Karachi (Sindh).

It's main aim is to advocate and lobby for the rights of home based women workers in Pakistan.

The Federation provides training such as embroidery, leather production and jewellery and fashion design.

Ladies proficient in their chosen skills are selected to mentor and train ladies in their local areas and campaign for a decent living wage by negotiating fair prices through collective bargaining.

HBWWF hopes to develop international partners who can provide assistance with marketing, advertising and product development.

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