Lady Teaches Women How to Become Carpenters and Tailors, Snaps Go Viral

Lady Teaches Women How to Become Carpenters and Tailors, Snaps Go Viral

- A lady is helping women to get out of poverty as she uses her platform, Durian Nigeria, to train them to master self-reliant crafts

- The women are taught different vocation skills like skincare product making, furniture design and tailoring, among others

- Tony Joy has been changing lives for years as she also makes women realise the power of recycling waste materials

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A lady named Tony Joy is using her NGO named Durian Nigeria to empower women in rural areas so they can become dependable.

Recall that with the organisation's craft village in Imafon, Ondo state, ladies in the community were also taught how they can make crafts out of bamboo, skincare products out of cocoa husks and turn fabric into bags.

Nigerian lady trains women on carpentary works, tailoring, photos light up social media
The women appear focused during their learning period. Photo source: LinkedIn/Tony Joy
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In a LinkedIn post, the young lady said that the organisation is exploring more approaches to skill up women in many areas so that their development is sure.

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She revealed that Durian Nigeria has a fashion centre where clothes are not only designed but waste fabrics from the production process recycled for other products.

In addition to that, the organisation also teaches women the art of skincare production. According to Joy, the women are connected to the marketplace so their skills can be financially rewarding.

A part of her post read:

“This year, we are looking forward to training another batch of women for one year and connecting them to the right marketplaces where their skills and expertise are needed.”

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Briefly News also reported that a hardworking woman, Adeola Olubamiji, has looked back at her life and appreciated how she achieved everything she thought she could not get at 35.

At 35, the lady is a tech company director, owns three houses and is one of the 100 most sought-after women in Canada, among other achievements. The successful woman said that she needs four big cakes and vacations to celebrate her birthday.

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People congratulated Adeola, saying she has indeed done well for herself at such an age. There were those who wanted to know how she handles everything with such ease.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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