The objective is empowerment for women and girls by teaching them a trade of being qualified to use glass waste recycling technology. After a period of three months, they eventually provide extra income for the household and help with the family expenses. Our ultimate goal as a Canadian Registered Charitable organi
In 2020, ROOTA mobilized funds to Donate home looms, table looms, upright looms and sewing/quilting machines to Zabaleen women to assist them in creating self-sustaining income and economic independence. Help us to stop the cycle of poverty.
ROOTA initiated a home loom program for the Zabaleen women by providing home looms for them in their shacks. We visit them and assign a carpenter to develop a loom to fit the size of their shack allowing them an opportunity to work from home and produce an extra income to help with the family expenses.
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ROOTA in ( consultative status) with the United Nations Environment Programme (since 2021) and the United Nations Economic and Social Council (since (2023).