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Rebuilding Mayan Culture
This Guatemalan cooperative of 180 women strengthens the economic position of rural Mayan women by giving them two to four times what the women would earn weaving for their local market. These improved and deserved earnings allow access to a better diet and to badly needed medicines. The women can stay in their own villages and work at home rather than having to move elsewhere to work as domestics, agricultural workers or in factories. Their children can stay in school instead of having to work at seven years old in order to buy their own food. For the women, the strands of their Mayan culture are being woven back together again.
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