Komuniti Tukang Jahit provides upskill sewing training and job opportunities to home-makers, giving them the opportunity to secure a stable income while being fully committed to the household responsibilities.
Providing tailors with the right tools and machineries is the first step to helping them uplift their lives, however without the business acumen of finding orders, tailors can be very discouraged with insufficient incoming orders. This is where KTJ comes into the equation as they create a holistic cycle to enable the women in the community to have a secure and stable income over a longer period of time.
Did you know?
KTJ works with B40 women. B40 represents the bottom 40% of household incomes in Malaysia, earning less than RM5,250.