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July 22, 2019 | Last Modified: 2019

Travel Experience

More than 40 female weavers producing a mixture of traditional and modern Chin outfits. Other than telling traditional stories, they also show the simple life of the Chin villages. They created designs inspired by their environments like cows, customs and tales, so the patterns are also different.

Responsibility

Aidii Weaving House is the first social business who support the weavers in the Chin State. The purposes of becoming the Aidii Weaving House are to promote and preserve the Chin traditional back-strap weaving, creating job opportunities for the chin women weavers and access the international market by selling with reasonable prices.

Business Case

Promoting Haka Chin Traditional Clothing by weaving unique fabrics and designs which creates culture support and job creations for local women. Teaching technical know-how to all employees is also included. This local business is also targeting to provide local children’s informal education and creating job opportunities for local women and disability.

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More than 40 female weavers producing a mixture of traditional and modern Chin outfits. Other than telling traditional stories, they also show the simple life of the Chin villages. They created designs inspired by their environments like cows, customs and tales, so the patterns are also different.

Aidii Weaving House is the first social business who support the weavers in the Chin State. The purposes of becoming the Aidii Weaving House are to promote and preserve the Chin traditional back-strap weaving, creating job opportunities for the chin women weavers and access the international market by selling with reasonable prices.

Promoting Haka Chin Traditional Clothing by weaving unique fabrics and designs which creates culture support and job creations for local women. Teaching technical know-how to all employees is also included. This local business is also targeting to provide local children’s informal education and creating job opportunities for local women and disability.

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