This amazing group of women show how with determination and a little help, a fair trade industry can grow from a small idea. Now employed permanent part time, each member owns a share of the company and contributes in all the company’s decisions. The products sold by this wonderful company not only allow these women to earn an income but provide a network for social change and group discussion and also contributes to the Don Severino Fabriani Institute for hearing impaired.
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It started when a group of Nuns from Rome began a school for the hearing impaired in Sri Lanka. From these small beginning the Araliya Community Company began.