After Sahid had his truck—his only means of income—stolen from him in the big city, he returned home to his Indian village dejected and in desperate need. At just the right time, Noorjahan Enterprises reached that village and was able to offer jewelry-making work to the ladies of Sahid’s household. With tools and training provided by Noorjahan, the women were quick to master the new skills and overjoyed to bring in income for their home. And, not only that, these women are now teaching other nearby women how to make costume jewelry, which brings up the standard of living for the whole community. They are also learning to save for the unexpected as they look back at what has happened in their family. Noorjahan, which means “light of the world” in Urdu, is becoming a light of hope for the villages of India.
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