India is home to one-fourth of the world's poorest people. Vulnerable women in areas of extreme poverty are often exploited by sweatshops, human traffickers, and the practice of arranged child marriage in some rural traditional villages.
These unique artisanal earrings are handcrafted in a workshop in India that’s committed to fighting child marriage and helping women become financially independent as fair-trade Artisans.
Trades of Hope founder, Elisabeth Huijskens recently interviewed Artisans in Guatemala and discovered another way women in the U.S. can help empower women in Guatemala to lead their families out of poverty. – (Read Time: 2 min.) Discovering Her Need Watch this 2...
Helping Families in Kenya Rise Out of Slums – (Read Time: 4 min.) Mission of Hope Hannah used to walk mile after mile, knocking on doors, and hoping to find work – doing other people’s laundry. Being turned away meant no food on her family’s table that day. But...
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