‘Work and dignity from waste’: Vatican newspaper highlights Benin company
November 24, 2021
CWN Editor's Note: The most prominent front-page story in the November 23 edition of L’Osservatore Romano was devoted to Coleur Indigo, a company in the West African nation of Benin (map). The company’s 30 employees, one-third of them with disabilities, turn waste fabric scraps into merchandise.
Coleur Indigo was featured in a recent Agence France-Presse article.
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