Invisible labourers was a four-year long project implemented by SIHA which targeted women working in the informal sector in Sudan i.e. tea and food sellers, domestic workers, petty traders and handicraft makers. The project trained hundreds of women on organizing themselves in cooperative so they can better advocate for their rights and protect themselves. They learn to improve their skills and to compete better in the markets by increasing profits, manage small loans (for business expansion) and acquire legal awarenss to resist dicriminatory laws.
The Invisible Labourers’: Women in the Informal Sector
RT @musawah: This Saturday, #Musawah co-founder Ziba Mir-Hosseini will intervene in the launch of the 3rd issue of the Women in Islam Journ…
If you are in London this Saturday, we have a plan for you. SIHA Network with CIMEL and CHRL will be launching the… https://t.co/rXmpV68kkE