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Colourful handmade upcycled polythene weave rakhi with mirror & beads handcrafted for the very special khatta meetha bond between brother and sister. The Recycled Plastic project was launched in 2010. During its initial phase, Khamir trained 12 women to wash, cut and weave plastic collected from industrial and residential areas. After the pilot program proved successful, Khamir scaled the initiative to include more people in the production chain and develop more woven plastic products. The plastic collection is coordinated with the help of Sahjeevan, an environmental NGO based in Bhuj that also works on urban issues. Collected plastic is transported to Khamir, where it is cleaned and segregated on the basis of colour and quality. The clean plastic is cut into long strips, which are then given to weavers. The weaving is carried out both on traditional pit looms as well as frame looms. Plastic weaving is currently practiced by a large number of women trained by Khamir. As it is a skill that can be easily learned by new weavers, it can also generate supplementary income for medium skilled weavers, home-based workers, people with disabilities, and senior citizens.
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KHAMIR is a platform for the crafts, culture, heritage and ecology of the Kachchh region of Gujarat. KHAMIR works to enable rural creative industries in Kachchh to become profitable and a model of sustainable economic practice. KHAMIR also provides a common roof where artisans and experts with a commitment to craft practice can exchange knowledge, build capacities, offer supportive services and conserve natural and cultural heritage.