Visually impaired women weave their way out of poverty
21 October 2013, 21:44
Nakuru - Many people would agree that without sight, it's difficult to make a living and have a productive life. And while some of us see blind beggars being used on street corners as away of making motorists fee sympathetic to their plight. Well they should meet the Sisterhood Blind Women from Nakuru, Daily Nation reports.
These 30 women have taken a different approach to fighting poverty, by working hard and doing what they are good at they have carved a niche for themselves.
Many of them used to beg on the street, now they are using their skills to make ornaments, accessories and even cleaning detergents. These women are a shining example to all , that through hard-work anything can be achieved.
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