Funding to preserve art of weaving

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  • Monday, 22 Oct 2018

Some of the handmade products sold at Mulberries.

MAYBANK Foundation gave RM1.8mil for their Maybank Women Eco-Weavers programme to help keep the art of traditional weaving alive.

Chief executive officer Shahril Azuar Jimin said the programme was part of the group’s efforts to strengthen women’s empowerment and gender equality in the region in line with the Asean Community Vision 2025.

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