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Three-day Sartyoon Sang Crafts Exhibition concludes

By: Jamil Soomro

KARACHI: Three day Sartyoon Sang Crafts exhibition concludes on Sunday, organized by Sindh Rural Support Orgnization (SRSO), with collaboration of Sindh Government.
The event’s objective was to facilitate better incomes for the flood-affected women artisans of rural Sindh.
Visitors, visited each stall, met with rural artisans and they also got information about their products and post-flood situation and its impacts on their lives and livelihood.
They appreciated the artisan crafts and exhibition. They stated arranged such an activity to promote rural artisans and their handicrafts in a big urban market of Karachi.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO), SRSO, Muhammad Dittal Kalhoro facilitated them during visited stalls.
In this connection, SRSO trained more than 10,000 women artisans from the most under- developed districts to help women gain maximum monetary benefit from their skills. In the exhibition, over 95 business Development Groups represented 1572 artisans of 12 districts, showcased and market their hand made crafts including Plazo, Shalwar, Garara, Trouser, Shawl, Duppta, Stoles, Wasitcoat, Date Leaf, Wheat Straw, Khussa, Moora, Straw and Rillis, bed sheets and cushions.
The crafts exhibition received an overwhelmed response from local and international visitors in order to support a nobel cause by making a difference in the lives of the flood victim women artisan of Sindh.
Thousands of women visited the exhibition and appreciated the work of skilled women entrepreneurs including Federal Secretary, Naheed Shah Durani, Provincial Secretary for Social Welfare Sindh, Dr Sheeren Mustafa Narejo, economist, Dr Qaisar Bangali, Ghazi Salah uddin, Ms Sadiqa Salahuddin, Chairperson, Sindh Commission on the Status of Women, Government of Sindh, Nuzhat Shirin and others.

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