Basha exists to provide secure, dignified employment for women at risk and survivors of trafficking.
The founder of Basha, Robin Sefert, has created an environment where women who have been rescued, been given shelter, and gone through a rehabilation program can provide for themselves through employment at the artisan workshop. Fifty women are now employed at three locations in Bangladesh.
Everyone who works at Basha understands that Basha is collectively their business. Each woman’s role is essential to success of the organization and every voice is heard.
Basha hopes that all who work there will be inspired to dream new dreams and reach ever-increasing standards of excellence.
The organization provides ongoing mentoring, training, education, daycare for children, healthcare as well as support and encouragement to every artisan as well as employment.
We believe every woman in our care was created in love and is immeasurably valuable.