Part of the Anou community, the Tighedouine cooperative embodies the transformative power of art and empowerment. Since its formation in 1999, this cooperative has provided women, who never had the opportunity to attend school, with a space to learn the art of weaving. 
Today, nearly 60 talented women are part of this collective, crafting traditional Moroccan rugs by hand. Each rug carries the stories of resilience and cultural heritage, preserving ancient techniques and empowering the artisans. 
By supporting the Tighedouine cooperative, you contribute to the economic independence of these remarkable women and become part of a movement that celebrates craftsmanship and community.
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