Insuring that each child’s youth remains his own.
MEET UMA SHERPA
Born to a family too poor toafford school fees, Uma dropped out of school in second grade in 1999.Goodweave identified her as at-risk for entering the work force and facilitated her long term educational scholarship. Today 16 year old Uma attends 10th grade in Kathmandu, Nepal.
Goodweave Is very effective in combating the problem of child labor in Southern Asia. This foundation is committed to transforming the handmade rug industry by certifying
child labor-free rugs
Goodwaeve provides education and rehabilitation for rescued and at-risk children and has helped over 3600 individuals create a more promising life,
Because the number on each rug label can be traced back to its loom, the Goodweave label is the best assurance that no child labor was used in the creation of your personal area rug.
Bringing an end to child labor in the rug industry