In India, most women create their own job opportunities. Being self-employed, they are covered neither by social security nor formal agreements, but since 1972, these women can get this kind of support from SEWA (Self Employed Women’s Association). Today, SEWA organises over one million members, operates a bank for micro loans and runs different training programmes. In Ahmedabad, Moa meets Soniya, a young woman her own age, and her mother and grandmother – three generations of SEWA members all set on improving their futures.
Produced for ABF by Herrlander Pictures in co-operation with Programverket, Gustav Forsberg.
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