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un châle - une fille - une année 

Au moment où un châle pink maharani orne vos épaules, vous changez la vie d'une adolescente des bidonvilles de Bangalore, en Inde. À chaque achat, une fille vulnérable qui traverse son cycle menstruel reçoit des connaissances, un soutien, des produits gratuits et une compréhension approfondie de cette période de transition parfois déroutante, lui permettant de poursuivre une scolarité normale sans avoir à abandonner. Ce qui est actuellement le cas avec 1 fille sur 5. Nous travaillons en étroite collaboration avec Sukhibhava, une entreprise sociale en Inde, qui permet ce changement. Contrairement à l'Occident, où la menstruation est considérée comme un phénomène naturel, c'est un sujet tabou en Inde considéré comme «impur», et les filles grandissent avec de fausses informations . Ainsi, nous pensons qu'il est important de répondre à cette préoccupation et d'éliminer la stigmatisation négative.


un châle - un enfant - un sac lumineux

Our shawls embrace you keeping warm and at the same time light up the lives of children living in the remote regions of India with no or limited electrictiy. We distribute a ingenious school bag with embedded solar panels. The bags charge-up with the sunlight during the day, as the kids walk to school and light-up during the night through the big and bright LED lamp for five hours. These light bags are used by children with no regular access to electricity during the night, thus, failing to do their homework and keeping up with school and eventually dropping out completely. With this bag we want to help the children to stay motivated, play and learn in school which is quiet challenging given their harsh life-conditions.

Each purchase of the latest pink maharani collection equips one child with this solar light bag thus supporting them with regular schooling eventually leading to a brighter future self-sustaining out of poverty.


one shawl - one girl - one therapy

Protsahan: our pilot project with adolescent girls who have undergone either physical and/or sexual abuse take part in the Arts and Music Therapy workshops, which helps in healing the trauma easing life back into reality.  We also support their after-school centre for girls to come feel safe, study and mingle among their peers schooling eventually leading to a brighter future self-sustaining out of poverty.

During the 90 days and 650 hours of art based interventions, 450 children and 200 parents and teachers were impacted. Thanks to this partnership, these art based workshops have left a lasting impression on each participant.

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