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Zaheda is an embroidery artisan who learnt to do fultola (traditional Rohingya stitching) from foreigners at a UN office in Arakan. She used to stitch and sell pillow covers, nummal (headscarves) and tami (wraparound skirt), giving most of her earnings to her parents but keeping some aside to buy makeup for herself. At the camp, Zaheda loves sewing as part of the RCMC embroidery group and sometimes dresses up to go to work. She never imagined she will learn to embroider people❜s houses or faces.

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