Through fashion design and product development training with Yayasan Rame Rame Jakarta, the project will empower female participants with new or strengthened skills set that will complement their traditional cloth weaving activities to get additional income in two areas in East Nusa Tenggara, namely Nggela and Manggarai Barat. Additionally, the training will deliver special batches for people living with HIV and key populations vulnerable to HIV, enabling them to design and develop fashionable products highlighting Indonesia’s traditional fabrics. After series of training in July – September 2021, participants will see an increase of 40% of their monthly income.
|Partner||:||Yayasan Rame Rame Jakarta|
|Locations||:||East Nusa Tenggara and South Tangerang|
|Cat. of beneficiaries||:||Women, youth, rural residents, PLHIV and key populations vulnerable to HIV|
|Keywords||:||Traditional fabrics, tenun, entrepreneurship, fashion product development, women empowerment|