Tailoring: A Small-Business Skill for Afghan Women

Apr 5, 2011

Ghoncha's Good News

Ghoncha is a student in one of AIL’s Tailoring classes and says: “I joined this class at the center and now I have learned so much from my teacher and classmates. I learned how to make clothes and sew.  Now I have contracted with one dress shop and I get a wage for each dress and due to this I solved my family’s problem.  All of this is because of AIL.”


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Project Leader

Toc Dunlap

Executive Director
Dearborn, Michigan United States

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