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