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September 13, 2019 | Last Modified: 2020

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Sonetu Chin weaving offers the best textiles created by the local weavers with the well-preserved technique of patterns represent such things as ritual performances, mangrove trees and elephant’s feet. The project itself is employing more than 80 women in southern Rakhine and selling in Myanmar and abroad.

Responsibility

The Sonetu organization works directly with different Chin ethnic group members to preserve a living cultural identity, believing that by providing economic opportunities and encouraging self-employment, the quality of life of both Sonetu individuals and the entire Chin community will benefit.

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The Sone-Tu organization works directly with Chin ethnic groups to preserve a living cultural identity, believing that by providing economic opportunities and encouraging self-employment the entire Chin community will benefit. The project overwhelmingly supports women and children and proud of their motto “Preserving Culture through Opportunity.”

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Sonetu Chin weaving offers the best textiles created by the local weavers with the well-preserved technique of patterns represent such things as ritual performances, mangrove trees and elephant’s feet. The project itself is employing more than 80 women in southern Rakhine and selling in Myanmar and abroad.

The Sonetu organization works directly with different Chin ethnic group members to preserve a living cultural identity, believing that by providing economic opportunities and encouraging self-employment, the quality of life of both Sonetu individuals and the entire Chin community will benefit.

The Sone-Tu organization works directly with Chin ethnic groups to preserve a living cultural identity, believing that by providing economic opportunities and encouraging self-employment the entire Chin community will benefit. The project overwhelmingly supports women and children and proud of their motto “Preserving Culture through Opportunity.”

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