At The Little Market, we know that economic justice is the wedge issue that helps advance other human rights, especially for women. That's why we're committed to supporting dignified work and living wages for women around the world — a wage that allows a family to pay for their most essential needs, like housing, food, healthcare, and education, and to save for an emergency.
When I didn't join this work, I had to stay home. My husband had to bear all the expenses. My opinion was not accepted and I had no honor in the family. But this work changed everything. Now a co-sharer in family expenses, I take part in the decision making. My husband recognized my service and helps me during my craft work. I can support my child's education and other needs. My income brought solvency in the family.