AGBU W.E. Collection: Mosh Dolls

$10.00
  • AGBU W.E. Collection: Mosh Dolls

AGBU W.E. Collection: Mosh Dolls

$10.00

Mosh dolls are made of production wastes, leftover fabric scraps, feathers, threads. In their variety from character dolls to those for ritual purposes or granting wishes, they show the closeness of the stylist to folk beliefs related to dolls.

 

AGBU Women Entrepreneurs (W.E.) Program in Armenia:

Launched in 2017, the Women Entrepreneurs (W.E.) Program is the first component of a larger initiative committed to expanding economic opportunities and civic engagement in Armenia and Artsakh by empowering women.

AGBU W.E. is a free leadership and entrepreneurship course that includes hands-on workshops and lectures to assist participants in developing strong business plans and marketing strategies. The course also includes a mini grant program to help fund start-up and scale-up businesses, access to industry professionals for mentorship and guidance, and networking opportunities with like-minded women.

Every year, 50 to 75 W.E. participants are selected from across rural and urban Armenia and Artsakh representing a range of industries, including agriculture, arts, education, fashion, food, manufacturing and tourism.

To learn more: https://www.agbugiving.org/we/

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Mosh dolls are made of production wastes, leftover fabric scraps, feathers, threads. In their variety from character dolls to those for ritual purposes or granting wishes, they show the closeness of the stylist to folk beliefs related to dolls.

 

AGBU Women Entrepreneurs (W.E.) Program in Armenia:

Launched in 2017, the Women Entrepreneurs (W.E.) Program is the first component of a larger initiative committed to expanding economic opportunities and civic engagement in Armenia and Artsakh by empowering women.

AGBU W.E. is a free leadership and entrepreneurship course that includes hands-on workshops and lectures to assist participants in developing strong business plans and marketing strategies. The course also includes a mini grant program to help fund start-up and scale-up businesses, access to industry professionals for mentorship and guidance, and networking opportunities with like-minded women.

Every year, 50 to 75 W.E. participants are selected from across rural and urban Armenia and Artsakh representing a range of industries, including agriculture, arts, education, fashion, food, manufacturing and tourism.

To learn more: https://www.agbugiving.org/we/