Clothes recycling business provides employment to disabled workers
May 7, 2018
Centre of Clothes To Good (C2G) , is clothes recycling business run by Jesse Naidoo in Africa.
He is helped in the business by several disabled workers and also mothers of children with disabilities.
Old clothing is sorted and segregated and the sold to the women at a reasonable cost.
These clothes are then sold in the local markets at profit and help the mothers make money.
There are around 60 women, mostly mothers of disabled children, who are involved in the selling of old clothes.
The business helps them work to make money while keeping flexible hours so that they can take care of their babies.
Naidoo started the business at a small scale by asking for donations of old clothes. The business has now grown and helps supports many disabled people.
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