Feminist Fridays #50 Superwoman - Jari Indai
Sarimah Mohamad Sabudin
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Jari Indai translates from Iban to Mother's Fingers, and is social enterprise founded by Sarimah Mohamad Sabudin. Sarimah, who is also the President of Business & Professional Women (BPW) Malaysia and Vice President of the Federation of Women Entrepreneurs of Malaysia, was inspired by the products, made by local Iban women who call themselves Indai (mother), living in longhouses from Limbang and Sarikei in Sarawak. Sarimah joins us to share how what started out as a hobby for the ladies, became a valuble source of income for them. Jari Indai is participating at the Superwoman bazaar.
Do also click on the links below, to find out more about the organisers of the event, Makers & Co, and WOMEN:girls, who are also participating in the event.
Produced by: Juliet Jacobs
Presented by: Juliet Jacobs
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