In commemoration to World Refugee Day, ‘Sze Women of Hope’ hosted a event at our studio to raise more awareness on refugees in Malaysia. Local refugee organizations participated in our event and they are, the Rohingya Women Development Network (RWDN), ELHAM and the Tanma Federation which consists of 5 groups (Ingraw, Pawghee, CWO, Kaoprise and Mangtha). Furthermore, we were joined by two representatives from the UNHCR to witness the event. Following the opening of the event, some organizations had representatives to conduct empowerment speeches. Founder and director of RWDN, Sharifah conducted a speech regarding Women refugee empowerment. Ann, owner of Happy Fluff Pet Business and business provider partner of Sze proudly shared her engagement with refugees and how it would help her business...
Every Wednesday at our studio in the dense part of town in Kuala Lumpur, we held classes for Tanma Federation refugee women. Tanma federation unites five refugee groups:- the Kachin, Chin, Mon, and Karen under its federation and they currently occupy a part of our studio space. This collaboration provides us the opportunity to assist them with ease in daily communication on techniques to enhance the lives of the Burmese refugee women. To visit our studio, kindly email us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Sze Women of Hope provided literacy, product, and vocational training to three refugee groups in Malaysia under UNHCR "Women's Empowerment Program".
Thank you, Pop’s Eatery Malaysia for feeding our refugee women in Lady Ayaz sewing center. Eighteen women and five kids were fed full to the brim with spaghetti and fries with cheese sauce - what a treat! Thank you, Pop’s Eatery for making our day! Follow Pop's eatery here. PoP’s EateryLot 28055, Jalan Wangsa Delima, Wangsa Maju, 53300 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
In collaboration with UNHCR (United Nation High Commission for Refugee) artisanal program, Sze Women of Hope was being introduced to several refugee communities in Kuala Lumpur. We recently worked with the women in the Pakistani refugee center to sew some clothings for us. By paying these women a fair trade wage, they are able to support their family. And hopefully in the future, after the training with us, they will be able to take on more sewing jobs with other businesses. To purchase the clothes made by the resilient Pakistan women refugee, follow link here. To support these women, or to commission a tailoring/sewing job to them, please contact Qudsia (email@example.com).