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"All I can remember is being in the house alone when my parents locked me in when they went to work. I was 9 when I became deaf and it was really difficult. Eventually my parents searched for a deaf school and finally found one. When I finished school I really wanted to learn to sew but I had to walk 2 km into town everyday. Customers found I could not hear so they used a different tailor instead because they did not think I would understand them. At Neema Crafts it is great, because I am amongst other deaf people and I like working with a group with friends."
Hand screen Butterfly print linen cushion with a concealed zip on the plain grey back. Tassel trim.
Please be aware the because of the handmade nature of the product, the design and colours may vary slightly from the image shown.
All our items are hand made by people with disabilities in Tanzania and all profit goes back to supporting them. You can read their stories at www.neemacrafts.com.