Maasai Women’s Tailoring Coop – Successfully Completed

Ten Maasai young women wanted to set up a coop for selling clothing they make.  The Maasai people are very poor and generally have no money but exist on selling goats and cows,  These young women wanted to make their childrens school uniforms as well as make the traditional Maasai Chukas for sale.  Neema Village has set up a small shop for them and supplied them with 4 sewing machines.  They have come to Neema Village for sewing classes and are doing very well.   Successfully Completed.

Never believe that a few caring people can’t change the world. For, indeed, that’s all who ever have.
Margaret Mead