Little by Little For Vocational Education

by PygmySurvival Alliance
Little by Little For Vocational Education
Little by Little For Vocational Education
Little by Little For Vocational Education
Little by Little For Vocational Education
Little by Little For Vocational Education
Little by Little For Vocational Education
Little by Little For Vocational Education
Little by Little For Vocational Education
Little by Little For Vocational Education
Little by Little For Vocational Education
Little by Little For Vocational Education
Little by Little For Vocational Education
Little by Little For Vocational Education
Little by Little For Vocational Education
Little by Little For Vocational Education
Little by Little For Vocational Education
Little by Little For Vocational Education
Little by Little For Vocational Education
Little by Little For Vocational Education
Little by Little For Vocational Education
Little by Little For Vocational Education
Little by Little For Vocational Education
Little by Little For Vocational Education
Little by Little For Vocational Education

Project Report | Mar 22, 2024
Weaving and Knitting : The Latest Vocational Skills

By Perrilee Pizzini | Project Manager

Knitting is Fun
Knitting is Fun

The young ladies of Masoro VIllage and Cyaruzinge VIllage are learning how to knit and to use an automatic knitting machine that is like a weaving machine to make sweaters.  Many people do not realize that during the rainy season in Rwanda, the weather can be chilly.  Especially in the early morning, on the way to school, children love to put on their warm sweaters and feel cozy., 

 

The young ladies of Masoro are learning to knit, and Josephine Bampire, from Cyaruzinge VIllage is learnig to weave on the automatic machine that makees it much faster to assemble larger knit goods.  They enjoy the time spent with their friends when they can visit at the same time as their knitting needles go "click" and "clack".  And the knit goods are very popular with their families.

 

Josephine is an exceptional student and is already advancing to the next-level machinel  One day, she hopes to have her own machine and to be able to supply the children at the local primary school with sweaters to help them feel warm and cozy too, during the cloudy mornings of the raisny season. 

 

Thank you to our kind and generous supporters for making this new kind of training possible for the young women in the communities where we work. 

Knitted Gifts are Wonderful
Knitted Gifts are Wonderful
Weaving Machine in Action
Weaving Machine in Action
Yellow Sweater is Beautiful
Yellow Sweater is Beautiful
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Dec 3, 2023
Kwibanda HDI December 2023

By Perrilee Pizzini | Project Manager

Dec 3, 2023
HDI continuers to support at Cyaruzinge Village

By Perrilee Pizzini | Project Manager

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PygmySurvival Alliance

Location: Seattle, WA - USA
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Karl Weyrauch
Seattle , WA United States
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