Sindh Minister for Women Empowerment Shehla Raza will inaugurate the Three-day Sartyoon Sang Crafts Exhibition in Karachi’s Dolmen Mall on 26th April on Friday at 4pm, said spokesperson SRSO Jamil Ahmed here on Monday. The event is being organized by Sindh Rural Support Organization (SRSO) and its partners, which bring a variety of traditional art and crafts to Karachi. These colorful and captivating products will be the work of hundreds of rural women from different rural areas of Kashmore-Kandhkot, Shikarpur, Larkana, Jacobabad, Khairpur, Qambar- Shahdadkot, and Larkana, Badin, Sukkur and other districts of Sindh. A wide mixture of Sindh’s handicrafts including home textiles (made up of intricate patch work, cut work and embroidery), basketry, jewelry, dresses, dupattas, and shawls embellished with traditional embroidery and cut work will be exhibited. According to Chief Executive Officer (CEO), SRSO, Muhammad Dital Kalhoro, Sartyoon Sang Crafts exhibition is a fair trade organization dedicated to improving lives of disadvantaged artisans by promoting their skill and craft. He said they were working with women because they were the most deprived members of the society and needed to be empowered. He said that rural women have been trained by his organization in the past, but they had no source of income.