Wakesho: For tomorrow.
Wakesho means “for tomorrow”. Mama Wakesho has big plans for this project. It’s been running for a couple of years now and It’s been helping many people. The problem is that the house they are renting now is very small, the weaving-machine barely fits in one of the two small rooms. So they have now bought a piece of land and are planning to build a new centre there. The project doesn’t have a lot of money, but they have a lot of faith. Mama Wakesho is showing me the plans and asking for my help, but there is not really much I can do. They make products like shirts, pants, the thing you can put your plates and glasses upon on the table, dresses and other clothes. Right now they are making two dresses for Helene. It’s cheap and they are nice. So if you want a dress a shirt or anything else a tailor can make, just send me your measurements and I can bring it or send it with someone back to Norway. Maybe that way, I can help them a little bit 🙂