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Cheery napkins are perfect for picnics or your summer table. Set of four cotton napkins are woven on foot looms by artisans of Physically Handicapped Training and Rehabilitation Center (PHTRC) in Wanlesswadi, India. PHTRC started in the 1940s as part of a mission hospital treating people with leprosy. All the artisans involved with the group either have leprosy themselves or are children and family members of people with leprosy.
MESHMESH (Maximizing Employment to Serve the Handicapped) is a nonprofit organization that works with artisans with disabilities, many of whom are former leprosy patients. Read more.
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