The majority of tailors in Haiti are men. You frequently see them sewing in the doorways of buildings surrounded by a group of men playing cards. For that reason, finding women who are experienced seamstresses was a bit difficult in the beginning. We had to be patient while less experienced seamstresses worked diligently to improve. Then we could finally approve their sewing skills as proficient and pay them for the products that were created. Now the sewing tables have been turned and our seamstresses are calling on their husbands and sons to help with the final kit assembly when a large order is being completed. The men are only too happy to help as the income that is being generated is making a large difference for their families.