Developing infrastructure facilities, schools, health clinics, training centers and so on, are not just the responsibilities of government authorities, MayaWorks have proven that being a social organization, working for women to help them achieve economical development.
Online PR News – 21-November-2012 – Chicago, IL 60622, IL – Developing infrastructure facilities, schools, health clinics, training centers and so on, are not just the responsibilities of government authorities, MayaWorks have proven that being a social organization, working for women to help them achieve economical development, business alternatives, education, healthcare facilities and food can be developed without any sympathetic or authoritative support.
Guatemala is one of the places enriched with vegetation and folk dance, but people suffer from poverty and starvation. People, especially women and children are big sufferer of poverty. Few years ago, MayaWorks understood their condition and brought a solution to eliminate poverty and starving life. Women here are good at manufacturing handmade bags, jewelry, products, gifts, shawl, accessories, kippot, tallit, yarmulke, and so on.
"In urban areas, demand for such fair trade products is too high. MayaWorks sell the products in all urban areas and share the big profits with women here. This helps women achieving their economical development contributing in minimizing poverty issues from the family," says spokesperson of MayaWorks.
The organization also has developed several infrastructure facilities to help people enjoy comfortable and better life in Guatemala. Kids have schools open, and patients are receiving better healthcare facilities to fight diseases. MayaWorks also have developed small training center to help the upcoming generation to design, manufacture and produce fair trade products in Guatemala region.
To know more, visit MayaWorks website http://www.mayaworks.org/ now!
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MayaWorks has 125 indigenous women artisans manufacturing handmade products and gifts items such as Jewish prayer shawl, jewelry, accessories, kippot, tallit, yarmulke, etc. All products offer features such as quality, reliability, durability, eco-friendly usage and reasonable price in the fair trade products market. Every product sold provide better share to a family in making them have better food and life from the earned money.
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