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Feroza has honed her kite-making skills over the last 26 years. She makes 1,000 colorful kites a day for an average of 100 rupees from her small, dimly lit, two-room home. The work is repetitive and can cause body cramps and pains. She has attended trainings at the Self Employed Women's Association (SEWA), a trade union for poor, self-employed women in the informal sector, to improve her working environment, and now uses special tables and chairs to make the kites.
Self-Care Trailblazers Group posing in photo
Presentation at Young and Alive Summit 2023
Attendees Creating Illustrations at the Self-care Learning Circles in Senegal
Road map illustration to reach FP/RH initiatives
Individuals posing with puppets.
Illustration of world map with images of a clip board, a stethoscope, and a health card linked to the map.
Instructor teaching a course to a classroom filled with adult students
Two East African teens smiling wearing matching green dresses
animated group of professionals in a discussion surrounding a table