Beautiful 100 percent hemp products from Vietnam and recycled paper jewelry from Uganda will be on sale at Midtown Crossing on Wednesday, Dec. 6. Your purchases enable women entrepreneurs to lift their families out of poverty.
- Wednesday, Dec. 5| 4–8 P.M. | Midtown Crossing Clubroom
- An open house event for guilt-free holiday shopping that supports poverty alleviation around the globe
Mon Qua means “gift” in Vietnamese, and these new products are just that — a gift of economic opportunity for those who make them, a gift of meaning to those who support them and unique gifts for giving.
About the Project
Two UNO College of Business Administration professors, Jonna Holland and Catherine Y. Co, led a group of students to Vietnam this summer as part of a multiyear project to expand economic opportunities for ethnic minority women in Cao Bang province. Learn more about the project in UNO Business 2017 magazine.
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