The process of transforming traditional women beaders from makers of personal jewellery to beading at a professional standard for economic gain has not been easy.
Production assistant Agnes Lekoomet said when they started the project in 2014, the women needed training.
“We had to teach them and it was hard work. When they discovered that they could make a living from it, they took a keen interest in the work. Now, they have become proficient and are teaching others. They know the right colour combinations and sizes of the ornaments.”