The Pakistani women becoming textile entrepreneurs from their own homes

Elisabeth Braw visits Karachi to see how sewing groups are creating a sustainable economy at grassroots level and providing opportunities for women. As she travels around her Karachi – Pakistan’s largest city – negotiating deals with buyers, Salma seems like the pinnacle of female achievement. Indeed, she is: the mother of three is her family’s breadwinner, earning more than her husband, who proudly supports her success. — Full Story at The Guardian

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