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United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS)

“I used to sell vegetables at the market, but it didn’t pay off very well,” says Lucia Richard Ujang, a 35-year-old widow and mother of three. “Today I received a sewing machine for the best performance during training”.

Ms Ujang talks about a six-week sewing course offered to around 30 women in Western Bahr-el-Ghazal state, organized by the Ministry of Gender and Bangladeshi troops serving with the United Nations Mission in Sudan. South.

“I am proud of what I have accomplished, and now I will open a shop in my house and offer sewing services to earn enough money to send my children to school,” Ms. Ujang says with a smile. winner.

In fact, it illustrates the purpose of the training: to give women an additional option for earning a living by teaching them to cut and design patterns, to sew and to knit.

Like many other interns, Anjolina Joseph did not have the money to complete her studies.

“I was lucky to be selected for this opportunity. Learning new skills increases the chances of women to become more financially independent, which will benefit not only individuals but the country as a whole, ”she said, adding that she was also considering opening her own. sewing business.

Bangladeshi Lt. Col. Jahangir Alam explained that the training is part of the activities of peacekeepers to promote peacebuilding in the state.

To sustain their efforts, the contingent handed over three sewing machines to the Ministry of Gender, allowing them to train more women in the region.

Distributed by APO Group on behalf of the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS).

© Press release 2021

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“Before, I sold vegetables at the market, but it didn’t pay well,” explains Lucia Richard Ujang, a 35-year-old widow and mother of three. “Today I received a sewing machine for the best performance during training”.

Ms. Ujang talks about a six-week sewing course offered to about 30 women in Western Bahr-el-Ghazal state, organized by the Ministry of Gender and Bangladeshi troops serving with the United Nations Mission in Sudan South.

“I am proud of what I have achieved, and now I will open a shop in my house and offer sewing services to earn enough money to send my children to school,” Ms Ujang says with a smile. victorious.


In fact, she illustrates the purpose of the training: to give women an additional option to earn a living by teaching them to cut and design patterns, to sew and to knit.

Like many other interns, Anjolina Joseph did not have the money to complete her studies.

“I was lucky to be selected for this opportunity. Learning new skills increases women’s chances of becoming more financially independent, which will not only benefit individuals but the country as a whole,” she said, adding that she is also planning to open her own sewing business.

Bangladeshi Lt. Col. Jahangir Alam explained that the training is part of the activities of the peacekeepers to promote peacebuilding in the state.

To sustain their efforts, the contingent donated three sewing machines to the Ministry of Gender, enabling them to train more women in the area.
Distributed by APO Group on behalf of the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS).

UNMISS peacekeepers teach Wau women money-making models

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Author shares fun knitting designs and crafts in new how-to guide https://BellaKnitting.com/author-shares-fun-knitting-designs-and-crafts-in-new-how-to-guide/ Tue, 11 Jan 2022 13:20:00 +0000 https://BellaKnitting.com/author-shares-fun-knitting-designs-and-crafts-in-new-how-to-guide/

Kay Cassidy offers her love for crafts in ‘Kay’s Crafts’

PORT ORCHARD, Washington., January 11, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — There are many ways to craft and knit, and Kay Cassidy provides his 50 years of experience in his recently published book, “Kay’s Crafts”. The author presents various designs that any craftsman would love, which are seen throughout the pages.

The book is a great primer for readers looking for a new hobby they can pursue in their spare time. “Kay’s Crafts” is a unique book filled with different patterns and directions for finding the perfect craft. Throughout the book, the author shares colorful photographs and steps that will make learning these new skills fun.

Readers will learn how to crochet, quilt, paint, among other things that will bring color and light into their lives. Cassidy has been knitting and crocheting since she was 13 and hopes her designs will be new additions to any crafter’s catalog of work.

“In the book, I start with the smaller, easier patterns and work my way up to the larger ones in the correct order,” Cassidy said. “Each chapter will detail a different craft that any experienced craftsman can enjoy.”

Ultimately, “Kay’s Crafts” will provide a practical guide for all skill levels. By the end of the book, readers will learn new ways to create fun designs and learn a new hobby that they will thoroughly enjoy.

“Kay’s Craft”
Through Kay Cassidy
ISBN: 9781665529778 (softcover); 9781665529785 (electronic)
Available from AuthorHouse, Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Kay Cassidy is passionate about knitting and crafts. She recently published a new book, “Kay’s Crafts”. She has also written four additional books to date, each an autobiography. Cassidy was born in Bremerton and lived on the West Coast for most of his life. She likes to travel, tinker, write and also sing. Besides writing books, she has also written songs and plays seven musical instruments. Cassidy currently resides in Port Orchard, WA.

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Clubs, crafts, movies and games https://BellaKnitting.com/clubs-crafts-movies-and-games/ Thu, 06 Jan 2022 11:05:39 +0000 https://BellaKnitting.com/clubs-crafts-movies-and-games/

The Monroe County Public Library offers local residents the chance to read, learn, connect and create. The Downtown Library is located at 303 E. Kirkwood Ave. and the Ellettsville branch is at 600 W. Temperance St. All events are free. Funding for the event is provided by the Friends of the Library Foundation.

Story time and the discovery of preschool

In preschool story time, stories, songs and nursery rhymes inspire your child to talk, sing and play with books and words, followed by Preschool Discovery – fun and open art experiences, STEAM adventures and the letter exploration. It’s 10-10: 25am and 10: 30-11: 15am Thursday in Ellettsville A and B meeting rooms. Suitable for ages 3-6 and caregivers. Register at mcpl.info/calendar.

Storytime in ASL Sign Language

Learn targeted American Sign Language vocabulary through stories, songs, and games. For preschool children aged 3 to 6 and their guardians. It’s 10 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Friday in the children’s program room at the downtown library. Register at mcpl.info/calendar.