Three-day Sartyoon Sang Crafts Exhibition concluded
KARACHI-Three day Sartyoon Sang Crafts exhibition concludes on Sunday,organized by Sindh Rural Support Orgnization with collaboration of Sindh Government.
A wide mixture of Sindh’s handicrafts made by rural women were exhibited, including home textiles, basketry, jewellery, dresses, dupattas and shawls, embellished with traditional embroidery and cutwork were displayed.
The event was Sindh Rural Support Organizations, (SRSO) efforts to provided market linkages to rural women and artisans. The Festival attracted large numbers of women residents of Clifton, DHA, Bath Island and nearby areas.
In last day, Sindh Minister for Education, Syed Sardar Shah visited tge exhibition and met with rural women artisans.
Talkjng to Media, the Minister said that the Provincial Government was facilitating better incomes for women artisans of rural Sindh and in this connection the Government have trained over 12000 women from some of the most under developed regions of Jacobabad, Kandhkot/Kashmore, Shikarpur, Ghotki, Kambar/Shahdadkot, Khairpur and Sukkur through Sindh Rural Support Orgnization.
Shah lauded the efforts of the SRSO for arranging the event, expressed the hope that the event could be further helpful for development of linkages and easy market access to their skilled products.
The exhibition, comprising on stitching and unstitching cloths, Needle Work (Different types of embroidery), Straw work (Wheat stick crafts), bed sheets, Crochet work (Kundhee/Hook work), Machine Embroidery and other women stuffs.
There were exhibited a mixture of variety of traditional arts and crafts.
A Thousonds of women visited the exhibition and appreciated the work of skilled women entrepreneurs including Former Inspectir General Sindh, AD Khuwaja, Members of Provincial Assembly Sindh, Traders and academia. (Please send your news, article, pictorial on our email address <firstname.lastname@example.org & WhatsApp +923132434567)