Fair trade & handmade in Cambodia from bomb casing discarded on the country during the Vietnam war, this bronze bracelet makes beauty and opportunity from the horror & suffering of the past.
Produced by Rajana.
The Rajana Association is a nonprofit organisation for income generation and skills training by producing fair trade contemporay design products using traditional Cambodian skills.
Rajana aims to give young, underprivileged Cambodian people the opportunity to be trained in the production and marketing of contemporary craft. The association provides employment with fair wages and a safe work environment where people earn a fair living, have opportunity for professional development, be treated with dignity and have sustainable livelihoods.
Rajana Association was founded 1995 as an income generation project by an NGO called Southeast Asian Outreach UK, however is now under local management and has a Board of Govenors. It is a member of the Artisans Association of Cambodia, which is itself a member of the International Fair Trade Association (IFAT).
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Happy Hands source beautiful handmade fair trade items from communities within South East Asia to grow a sustainable trade of these unique and high quality treasures in the UK. We believe in trade not aid. The jewel in the Happy Hands crown is our proud exclusive partnership with the rapidly expanding Cambodian design house Smateria. Operating to fair trade principles, they produce gorgeous handmade bags & accessories from recycled mosquito net, plastic bags, motorbike seats and material salvaged from textile recycling. Everything Smateria produces takes waste out of the environment and is built to last. Strong and robust yet versatile, chic and unique - eco friendly fashion at it's finest.
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