NY-based jewellery designer Arpana steps up to help migrant workers
KATHMANDU: Nepali jewelry designer Arpana Rayamajhi has stepped as much as assist stranded Nepali migrant employees.
The New York-based artist and mannequin has shared on her Instagram story that she is “placing a few of my work on sale to assist out the disaster again house”.
Rayamajhi has set 40 per cent off on choose jewelry items which are underneath the class ‘Nepal COVID-19 Relief’ on her web site to assist with the disaster. “Fifty per cent (of proceeds) from the gross sales will go for the reduction of those people who’re counting on civil and group effort. I will probably be serving to out @maggiedoyne and @storiesofnepal of their effort.
Please try my tales for more information,” she shares on her Instagram and Facebook posts.
“I wish to draw your consideration to my tales the place I briefly discuss concerning the migrant disaster that Nepal has been going through because the nation went on a lockdown over two months in the past,” writes Rayamajhi in the identical put up.
“Hundreds of hundreds of migrant employees and their households have needed to stroll for days and weeks with nothing, no meals, no water, no entry into their very own properties and are stranded on the border. The disaster is getting worse and many individuals are mobilising to assist.”
She has put extra mild on the problem in her Instagram story. “This pandemic has been a really testing time (to say the least) for many for us. But for lots of us it has been about life or demise not due to the catastrophe however due to the onslaught of issues the lockdown has created.” — HNS
Read her put up right here: https://www.instagram.com/p/CAsouM5hDSx/
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