“People can’t go exterior in the course of the pandemic. They are jobless and haven’t any earnings. Making flip-flops is a means for them to make money at residence. We will assist them till they will produce and promote flip-flops on their very own. We hope to enhance individuals’s lives by way of small-scale companies in each ward and city,” mentioned course organiser Ko Thet Swe Oo.
The coaching course, which was attended by 17 ladies, was held in Ward 1 in Salingyi. Daw Khin Mar Win and members of the Yaung Chi Thit Phyu Sin charity taught them how to chop, sew and assemble the flip-flops.
Women’s velvet flip-flops promote for Ok1300 per pair, and males’s flip-flops are priced at Ok1700.
More coaching programs in cottage industries will likely be provided to assist discover jobs for 300 ladies aged 18 to 45 who’ve not less than a highschool diploma. – Translated