Focus Area: Handicrafts
Year Founded: 2013
Tejo works with livelihood partners to provide a fair income to mothers from underprivileged communities. Tejo trains those mothers on how to weave the bracelets, which allows them to get paid for each piece that is hand-made. The income provided by their work helps those women to pay for their child’s education and other household expenses. Some of those women were previously on a Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) program from the government, their work with Tejo helped them to no longer rely on this government’s program.