Clothing line benefits Ebola survivors in Liberia

The Bombchel Factory in Liberia employs women who are Ebola survivors, teaching them life skills like sewing and reading.

It was started by Archel Bernard, a Liberian-American, whose parents fled civil unrest in the West African country.

Bernard visited the country and fell in love and wanted to make a lastin impact.

The Bombchel factory trains women to support themselves and their families.

Each garment is handmade by one of the women in the program.

More info: shopbombchel.com

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