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Local Products Pakistan

Here you can find a showcase of local products made by youth in Pakistan

  • Crochet patterns, Macrame, Art & Craft & Embroidery

    Rural women do crochet work, macramé, wall hangings and many more art and craft work. These colourfully braided Macrame add beauty to the house. Some women sale online also.   Women in the rural area of Layyah make needle embroidery designs. Hand embroidery include mirror work, thread work and patch work. They make this so beautiful local product when someone orders to buy. 

  • Vegetable Pickle

    One of youth Group Members (Zakia Bibi) prepares variety of vegetables pickles and sale at her Eno- Café and online also. Vegetable pickle is of different variety including single and mix vegetables. This home-made pickle is made keeping in view the hygiene standards and is safe to consume.

  • Desi Ghee/ Jaggery / Brown sugar (Organic Products)

    Ghee and brown sugar are prepared by rural women for domestic or commercial purpose. Desi ghee/organic ghee is prepared by following different products. Honey is extracted and sold in the local market. While Jaggery is prepared during the season of sugar cane and is preserved to use for the year ahead 

  • Moringa Powder (Herbal Product)

    Moringa is a local tree and its roots, leaves, stems and fruits are used in many ways such as a food and as a herbal product for the cure of different diseases.   Women in rural area of Layyah prepare Moringa powder by drying Moringa leaves under shadow and make a powder by grinding leaves. This Powder is used as a herbal product especially against diabetes and arthritis. 

  • Dry Vegetable & Fruits

    Drying of Vegetables and fruit are an indigenous method for food security during off season and disasters.   In rural area women used to dry vegetables under direct sunlight which were not safe to consume but Under EYW project women were trained by professional about how to dry vegetables and fruits in solar dryer. YGMs bring vegetables and fruit and dry them in solar dryer. Vegetables and fruits are dried in Solar dryer to ensure cleanliness and hygiene. 

  • Soap

    Keeping in view the Covid-19 situation in Layyah and to help local community regarding Corona virus , Youth prepares Hygiene plus soaps at innovation Hub by using soap making machine. This soap is none less than any known hygiene soap in the market and also very cheap and affordable in price too. 

  • Traditional crochet with beads and threads

    A combination of Sindhi traditional Crochet with beads and threads , women in Sindh made this Chaddar ( Scarf) at home. This beautiful piece of craft is popular among women to style themselves. The work is done on the edges of scarfs, shirts and table mates etc.

  • Sindh Hand embroidery

    The background in Sindhi art work is greatly complemented by using in various proportions to create a desired effect. The notable factor is that the ground material is completely covered by hand embroidery. While stitching, some pieces are intact together so tightly that the base becomes hard, rigid and firm as if it is supported by stiffed material. The overall amusing and classy effect of Sindhi embroidery motifs is lightened further by using tiny mirrors, silk tassels, cowries shells, silver spangles and glass beads. It indulges the viewers attention powerfully due to its grace and refinement.

  • Rilli

    Rilli’ is the traditional bedspreads and quilts handmade by women from remote villages of Sindh (Pakistan).  
    The Rilli work comes in three categories of design: patchwork, applique, and embroidery. Patchwork is the most common and is found on most village beds. Many of the designs are very complex. The designs are not written down but are held in the women's memories and are passed down from mother to daughter. Applique designs are also found throughout the rilli region. Small squares of fabric are cut out (similar to a paper "snowflake"), edges are turned under and sewn unto the block fabric. Embroidery quilts are the specialty of a few nomadic groups especially the Saami. These quilts generally use a large piece of whole or patched cloth and using colored thread, have stitching in embroidery designs go through all the layers of the cloth