Sewing Program for Girls
The first sewing machines were purchased in 2009, and a program was launched to train girls to become tailors in Liboré. This two-year course will teach students to make a living in this field and then give back to their community by teaching others. The new Centre has been named 'Cooper's Clothing, Chance for Girls Sewing Centre', in honour of the generous support by the Cooper Family in Canada. Sewing machines have been donated by Eliminate Poverty Now, the Spirituelle Divas and the Cooper family.
To view photos of the sewing program, click here.