RAIN’s Wodaabe Women’s Artisan Cooperative has earned over $800 for their children's school in Foudouk. They will use the funds to support a school food program.
The women put aside 50% of all profits from RAIN’s sale of their unique embroidered goods to help their school.
We are always looking for more ways for communities to support schools. This is durable development that brings parents and teachers together for better education for all.
Well done women of the Wodaabe Co-op!
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