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  • Alia Begum

    Alia Begum

    Alia exemplifies enterprise and hardwork. She is a mother of four and all her children are well educated and settled in life. She has worked hard from a young age as a tailor and NGO worker promoting self help groups in her area. She has been with Kriti since 2013 and manages one of the production units. She continues to work hard so that she can be financially independent and also ensure needy young women in her area have some work.

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  • Anees Begum

    Anees Begum

    Anees has been working hard all her life to ensure that her children get a chance to study and get ahead in life. She learned hand embroidery and thanks to her skills and competence became the supervisor in a few years. She has faced many challenges in life with serious health problems in her family, but she perseveres with an indomitable spirit.

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  • Fareedunnissa


    Fareeda is a multifaceted lady who is an active community worker and has spent years motivating women to join self help groups and then to provide training to community women on health issues. She reskilled herself to become an embroidery trainer and now supervises a team of 20-25 embroidery artisans. She is our go to person for any brainstorming any new community development initiative.

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  • Anasuja


    Anasuja is the supervisor at one of Kriti’s bag production units. She is responsible for cutting the bags, distribution of work amongst the tailors, training them on new techniques and maintaining quality and quantity of output. Anasuja joined Kriti in 2010 as a trainee in the tailoring training center. From there she has developed her skills and now is in a leadership role. She has come a long way in her personal life also and made an independent life for herself and her two sons away from the physical and emotional abuse from her husband.

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  • Shabana


    Like many other women at Kriti, Shabana did not receive a proper education - poverty and her gender prevented her from that basic right. She dropped out of school after 3rd grade and got married at a very young age of 18. After dropping out of school, Shabana engaged herself in odd jobs hoping to continue her education.

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