We are proud to offer you things in the Good Factory shop that have been created because, at some point in our work, the fish has been replaced by a fishing rod. It is very important to know who to send to school and who to feed first so that they can get to school at all. At the Good Factory, we tailor-make help for everyone.
Today, it is quite literally being tailored in our sewing room in Senegal. The students of the vocational school in Dakar produce for you original batik laces, laptop bags, make-up bags, baseball caps and kitchen aprons. Until a few years ago, they had nothing. Today, they have a trade in hand that makes them independent.
There is a lot of colour. We are sure you will love it.
You will soon be able to get each of these items by visiting our shop. Your purchase gives these young girls the chance to continue their education. But that’s not all. The income that their work brings in makes it possible to feed children in Congo, to replenish a pharmacy in the north of Togo, to let a patient of Rwanda’s only hospice have a tasty and nutritious meal.
We have something to brag about because the project in Senegal, like the Home Village in Greece, has just gone to the next level. By levelling the playing field for those in need, we are getting to the point where the fruits of their labour are helping others. In Senegal a tailor’s room, in Greece a farm.
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Mamy się czym chwalić, bo projekt w Senegalu, podobnie jak Home Village w Grecji, wszedł właśnie na wyższy poziom. Wyrównując szanse potrzebującym, dochodzimy do momentu, kiedy owoce ich pracy pomagają innym. W Senegalu sala krawiecka, w Grecji gospodarstwo rolne.