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Pictures of ancient characters learned by the women of Samawah to revive the heritage of Iraq

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Post by rocky on Thu 20 Jun 2019, 2:36 am

Pictures of ancient characters learned by the women of Samawah to revive the heritage of Iraq

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Since her childhood, her dream has been to create a center where women learn traditional handicrafts and open a small shop to sell their products. She has been fond of letters, inscriptions and traditional textiles, and her dream is now coming true. 
Al-Tafat, a 51-year-old graduate, says that since her youth she has learned sewing and embroidery by trainers in the traditional textile and handicrafts industry, noting that since then she has dreamed of educating women in her sewing and embroidery area and creating an operator that brings them together and markets products. 
She added that the dream remained within her until she completed her studies at the Central Teachers' Institute in Baghdad, where she was later tasked with teaching women in villages and rural areas in Muthanna province (southern Iraq) to read and write in literacy classes. 
During her role as a teacher, graduates of Al Azm held the dream of childhood and saved the Iraqi heritage of handicrafts.
She says she first brought together a number of village women skilled in manual spinning and weaving, as well as wishing to learn the profession of different ages, and provided them with a place in her home and opened a small classroom to teach the illiterate women to read and write to be able to teach dozens. 
Graduates of the educational project started in 2015 and targeted 30 women from the countryside of Al-Khader district of Al-Muthanna province, most of them widows, divorcees and destitute women, pointing out the importance of working for these women as an opportunity to get involved in the labor market. Over time, the project expanded to attract many women workers. a woman. 
Domestic raw materials workers perform their duties, which depend mainly on the sheep's wool they receive from sheep owners during the spring season, and then clean, spin and dye the pigments sold in local markets.
The graduates of the workers in the operator are "professional engineers" because they are proficient in the work especially the geometric patterns, in addition to their beautiful and distinctive ideas and their versatility in the work. The workers are spinning, dyeing, embroidery, sewing clothes, figure making traditional gowns, handmade bags, 
Nawal Naeem, one of the operator's employees, said that she has achieved several benefits, the most important of which is finding an appropriate job opportunity that enabled her to rely on herself. 
She expressed her pleasure to work in the operator, especially as it provides her and her colleagues with a social atmosphere that serves as a psychological respite for women workers and relieves the pressures of life. 
The project, which is based on two graduates, has raised the participation of the operator's products in more than 35 exhibitions locally and internationally.
The Tamkeen Fund of the CBI provided support to the women's operator by buying all their products that were stacked, distributing them to banks and businessmen, and providing a financial grant to establish an independent operator equipped with a plot of land allocated to it by the Muthanna municipality, two graduates said. 
It is noteworthy that the province of Muthanna is one of the highest provinces in Iraq in the proportion of poverty, according to the Ministry of Planning, and the population suffers from high unemployment. 
The operator of the two graduates faces the difficulty of marketing in the abundance of production, where the workers make a great effort to work, but they do not find a market for the disposal of their products, which sometimes remain stacked for a long time, which negatively affects the movement of work and workers significantly.
In turn, government graduates urged the government to support the project by buying its products to distribute as gifts to foreign visitors at international conferences, and to provide small places for nominal fees to market their products at Iraqi airports and tourist attractions. 
Commenting on the project of two graduates, heritage expert Ghaleb Al Kaabi said that crafts and handicrafts are an important part of the memory of Iraq over thousands of years. They document the peoples' lives and culture in the past. They illustrate the natural environment of these societies and the level of expertise and productive potential. 
Al-Kaabi pointed to the need to pay attention to these handicrafts and heritage industries and study their problems and causes of decline, and work to promote them through the establishment of craft centers and work to increase government support through financial grants and soft loans to encourage young craftsmen and protect the local product, and find marketing outlets and the establishment of exhibitions and museums.
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Source: Al Jazeera 

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