Using their ancient craft of hand spinning yarn, Quechua women earn a living wage in Alliyma’s economic empowerment program. You are empowering women and their families with your donations and purchases at Alpacas.com.
The Latest On: Economic Empowerment
In this issue, see how your $1.00 donation to our anemia prevention campaigns is multiplied. Thanks to you, our generous donors, thousands of people are becoming healthier. We are also grateful for our great volunteers who put their varied skills to use in fulfilling our mission in Peru.
Alliyma provides a conection for skilled artisans to the marketplace, where their beautiful products can be shared with you. Your support enables people in the remote highlands to sustain themselves and their families.
From their hands to yours. Alliyma, Quechua Benefit’s economic empowerment program for women, helps Peruvian women continue the ancient art of hand spinning yarn and connect to the international marketplace with their beautiful products. Your purchase of Alliyma products provides a living wage for women to break the cycle of poverty.
Quechua Benefit created Alliyma to empower women using their existing talent as master spinners of alpaca fiber to earn a living wage for their families. Your support of Alliyma is changing the future for these women.
The women of Peru possess immense talent yet have little prospect of lifting themselves and their children from the heartbreaking poverty of everyday life. These women are keepers of the ancient art forms – spinning, knitting, and weaving.
The alpaca industry lies at the core of any effort to break the cycle of poverty in the highlands of Peru. With your help, we can change the future for these women and children through our economic empowerment and preventative medicine programs.
Happy Valentine’s Day from Peru! You can share the love for Quechua Benefit’s programs in Peru when you shop at Alpacas.com this Valentine’s Day.
Thanks to you, Quechua Benefit was able to accomplish more in 2018 than ever before! Take a look at how your generosity transformed lives this year.
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