NatikEsperanza

Natik Esperanza

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NatikEsperanza

Natik Esperanza

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Announcement    Natik, formerly the International Humanitarian Foundation, collaborates with grassroots organizations in Santiago Atitlán, Guatemala and Chiapas, Mexico to transform marginalized communities through economic and educational empowerment. Natik's partner artisans belong to cooperatives in Santiago Atitlán, Guatemala and Chiapas, Mexico.

Mujeres Sembrando la Vida (Women Sowing Life) is a cooperative of indigenous women artisans in Chiapas, Mexico. Working as a group, the members employ their own traditionally-learned textile skills to empower themselves and their families economically. We take pride in offering fair trade products of the highest quality, including home decor and personal accessories.MSV is certified by the Fair Trade Federation. Artisans can earn fair wages while working from home. The MSV artisans are steadfastly loyal to one another and to their community. The cooperative currently has enough work to actively engage sixty women.

ANADESA—Asociación Nuevo Amanecer Santiago Atitlán (Association of the New Dawn Santiago Atitlán) is a grassroots organization that offers education programs for children and adults. They also have a work program for women that creates jewelry, ornaments, and shampoo.

Visit natik.org for more information.

Please copy and paste the following links to some videos with more information about the making process.

Embroidery:
https://www.facebook.com/MSV.Textil/videos/1551622811594713/

Backstrap weaving:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A3k7ju8lyno

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Last updated on Jun 8, 2020

Natik, formerly the International Humanitarian Foundation, collaborates with grassroots organizations in Santiago Atitlán, Guatemala and Chiapas, Mexico to transform marginalized communities through economic and educational empowerment. Natik's partner artisans belong to cooperatives in Santiago Atitlán, Guatemala and Chiapas, Mexico.

Mujeres Sembrando la Vida (Women Sowing Life) is a cooperative of indigenous women artisans in Chiapas, Mexico. Working as a group, the members employ their own traditionally-learned textile skills to empower themselves and their families economically. We take pride in offering fair trade products of the highest quality, including home decor and personal accessories.MSV is certified by the Fair Trade Federation. Artisans can earn fair wages while working from home. The MSV artisans are steadfastly loyal to one another and to their community. The cooperative currently has enough work to actively engage sixty women.

ANADESA—Asociación Nuevo Amanecer Santiago Atitlán (Association of the New Dawn Santiago Atitlán) is a grassroots organization that offers education programs for children and adults. They also have a work program for women that creates jewelry, ornaments, and shampoo.

Visit natik.org for more information.

Please copy and paste the following links to some videos with more information about the making process.

Embroidery:
https://www.facebook.com/MSV.Textil/videos/1551622811594713/

Backstrap weaving:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A3k7ju8lyno

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Natik supports local, visionary leaders in Guatemala and Mexico who focus on education and economic opportunities in their communities.

Natik, formerly the International Humanitarian Foundation, collaborates with grassroots organizations in Santiago Atitlán, Guatemala and Chiapas, Mexico to transform marginalized communities through economic and educational empowerment. Natik's partner artisans belong to cooperatives in Santiago Atitlán, Guatemala and Chiapas, Mexico.

Mujeres Sembrando la Vida (Women Sowing Life) is a cooperative of indigenous women artisans in Chiapas, Mexico. Working as a group, the members employ their own traditionally-learned textile skills to empower themselves and their families economically. We take pride in offering fair trade products of the highest quality, including home decor and personal accessories.MSV is certified by the Fair Trade Federation. Artisans can earn fair wages while working from home. The MSV artisans are steadfastly loyal to one another and to their community. The cooperative currently has enough work to actively engage sixty women.

ANADESA—Asociación Nuevo Amanecer Santiago Atitlán (Association of the New Dawn Santiago Atitlán) is a grassroots organization that offers education programs for children and adults. They also have a work program for women that creates jewelry, ornaments, and shampoo.

Please copy and paste the following link to a video with more information about the embroidery process.
https://www.facebook.com/MSV.Textil/videos/1551622811594713/

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