Fancy Stuff From an Indian Slum

A story by Our Better World - telling stories of good to inspire action. 

Ever bought your new pair of shoes from a slum? How about a fancy bag?

Dharavi, Asia's largest slum, is also home to a high concentration of artisans and craftsmen. With an online business like DharaviMarket.com, these skilled hands can earn a little more, which means more family time for them. And some online shopping for you.

Find out more about the story & Dharavi market here: http://www.ourbetterworld.org/story/buy-from-an-indian-slum

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