Zardozi is a local, non-government and non-profit organisation aiming to provide economic and social services to women in four of Afghanistan’s provinces. The organisation develops innovative methods to help women embrace entrepreneurship.
SABAH Bhutan was established with funding from the SAARC Development Fund as a part of the project “Strengthening Livelihood Initiatives of the Home-Based Workers in the SAARC Region”. It aims to promote the welfare of the home-based workers in the country by enhancing and marketing their skills
Sadhna was established in 1988 to provide alternative incomes for women in Udaipur’s rural, tribal and urban slum belts. Sadhna undertakes trainings in patchwork, appliqué and Tanka embroidery so that women can earn a secure living. Today, Sadhna provides continuous trainings to women artisans
MACCS was founded in 2011 by a group of women, striving to develop and market authentic handicraft items crafted by rural artisans. It also aims to promote the local, handicrafts industry of Maldives.
SABAH Maldives is the Maldives chapter of the SAARC Business Association of Home-based workers. SABAH Maldives aims to uplift the status of home-based workers by providing them with capacity building opportunities and facilitating their access to the market.
Kaarvan Crafts Foundation is a not-for-profit company and also a hub for innovation, passion and humility. It provides training to women in the rural areas of Pakistan in order to build their confidence to participate in local decision-making and to help them access relevant urban markets.
SABAH Sri Lanka is a network of Sri Lankan women food producers funded by the SAARC Development Fund (SDF). SABAH Sri Lanka develops the knowledge and skill-base of women, home-based workers so that they access better markets and income opportunities.