World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkish International Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA) opened a rug workshop in Bosanski Petrovac town in western Bosnia, which is composed of 50 workbenches in order to economically support Bosnian women.
Zulkuf Oruc, the coordinator of TIKA in Bosnia, made a statement and said the rug workshop project was a study aiming to revive cultural values as well as making money. Oruc also stated that at first 50 rug workbenches were prepared and about 160 women would use them.
Noting that their ambitions were to reduce unemployment and provide incomes for Bosnian women, Oruc said the women were taught to weave within the scope of the project.
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