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Handmade in Brazil: Rede Asta's Transformation of Artisans Into Entrepreneurs

By Maria Eduarda Lannes from Pioneers Post

A collective for Brazilian women artisans named Rede Asta provides training, production networks, links to consumers, and an online market to empower them to make a livable income. The group is also environmentally-conscious, focusing on creative waste reuse solutions that result in upcycled products. There are challenges as the collective grows, but they have supported more than 1,500 artisan women since opening.

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