After our distribution of 500 children at Karur a new location for SCAW, we visited the factory where the mosquito nets are made.
The Rotarians at Karur went out of their way to be sure the team and the children were comfortable setting up in the shade or under colourful canopies.
We were able to once again show everyone the contents of the bedkits which resulted in lots of great smiles during the pictures.
The factory visit was to a small cottage industry who makes the mosquito nets. This area was the final stage where the panels are sewn together by women working in cramped quarters for 8 hours a day. From there we went to the next area that weaves the plastic fabric from the fibre into the finished panel which then goes to the ladies who sew the panels together.
I was so impressed with the quality of the product considering the limited size of the working space.
John O’Donnell for Team Chennai 2018Post your comments here: