Google honors the Carakana group sponsored by Rachel Ruto's Mama Foundation

 

Rachel Ruto's MAMA Foundation group Carakana in Google. Google carakana photos

Google collaborates with Rachel Ruto's MAMA Foundation.


Google revealed Thursday a cooperation with Rachel's Mama Foundation's Carakana initiative for interactive stitching exhibits.


Carakana: Touching Lives will be a separate page on Google Arts & Culture (GAC).


The platform will comprise online displays presented by marginalized women and disabled people explaining their situations and the impact Carakana has played in their lives.


Carakana participants will submit personalized videos discussing their lives before and after establishing the socially responsible organization.

Rachel Ruto's MAMA Foundation group Carakana in Google. Google carakana photos

Carakana teaches marginalized women and disabled individuals cross-stitching and traditional crafts to make an income.


Mama Rachel Ruto's MAMA Foundation has seven organizations, including Carakana.


 The business only helps inmates, disabled people, and addicts.


Google Kenya's country director, Agnes Gathaiya, praised the relationship and said that Carakana's work was similar to Google Arts & Culture's goal of sharing local stories and information with people all over the world.


"GAC supports cultural innovation. We help cultural organizations communicate, preserve, and create cultural events using cutting-edge technology. Google receives 500 million art-related queries every month, "saying Gathaiya.


Mrs. Ruto said that the goal of her foundation was to help communities make social and economic changes through spirituality, group action, and influence.


"Going online will help Carakana's ladies reach a global audience." "Carakana promotes quality, holistic living in society," Ruto remarked.

 

Carakana, a women's needlework craft firm, and Google present an online exhibition. Carakana is part of the Mama Foundation.


Mrs. Zipporah claimed Carakana's talents let her work and earn money to pay her son's school fees while she was in jail. She said, "This plan has helped me meet my own needs as well as those of my family."

 

Ms. Caroline, a prisoner, said, "Despite being locked up, my kid inspires me." I must go. "Being able to care for him with Carakana money is a privilege. "

 

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