ecoDesigns Daily Report 03 | The Diary Game 03/04/2021
To wrap up Easter preparations, by completing and delivering clients' garments, the shop was opened earlier than usual with 6 trainees present, who all got their hands busy to clean and arrange the worksop.
On a sad note, Mrs. Bime Delphine lost her mother in law, and couldn't join the others.
The Director of training, Mrs. Akisah Justine then assigned the trainees to different tasks that included;
- ironing already made dresses.
- finishing partially made dresses
- design, cutting and sewing of new dresses
- Going to the market to buy fabric.
The day was a very busy and backbreaking day and registered more than 10 customers who visited the workshop to collect their clothes in preparation for tomorrow's Easter celebration.
The landlord of our office building passed by and collected rents for o3 months which was approximately 30 SBD. Thanks to Steemit (@steemcurator01 and @steemitblog), we are paying our rents. We really appreciate your support and we can now confidently say our hub is powered by Steemit.
We had a lunch break which was very brief since we had a lot of work to do to satisfy all our Easter clients. Fortunately, there was no blackout today. Everyone one present at the workshop today had a plate of some delicious Achu served by a lady who regularly passes by the shop to serve meals.
After our lunch break we all got back to work which continued till around 5:30 when all trainees closed work. @Verlonji and the Director of training stayed in back till around 19:00PM to finish up some customers clothes before closing.
We apologize for the lack of pictures. Our office Camera got full with images and there wasn't a laptop to back up the pictures and make space for new pictures to be taken. We promise you good images from our workshop as from Tuesday next week.
Wishing you a Happy Easter in advance!
EcoDesigns is a textile recycling and fashion designing hub of The Greens (@thegreens) that trains young girls for FREE in Textile Recycling and Fashion Designing in a bid to reduce female unemployment, inequalities and poverty, promote female entrepreneurship, improve the health and wellbeing of orphans, prisoners and poor people via the donation of free clothes, as well as combat textile waste pollution and climate change