The project INDIGO ‘ intercultural Development in favour of gender opportunities ‘, takes its name from the leaves of Indigo used for a traditional Chinese dyeing and printing and in the enhancement of their own traditions has found an effective method for improving life in rural areas, particularly women of Chinese cultural minorities, the disadvantaged for isolation and discrimination.

INDIGO is a project that sees the collaboration of COSPE ONLUS and by which have been activated 6 training centres for women of ethnic minorities in China‘s rural villages. In each of these centers, a group of 45 women was formed at the start of activities for the production of textile and handicrafts for the marketing of such products on the local market.



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