Introducing our new handmade reversible masks from Cambodia. Elastic ear straps for easy wear. One side is 100% cotton, and the other 70% cotton/30% polyester--both breathable, comfortable, and with 6 fun colors! No filter slot. Wash before first use and between each wear. Each mask measures 6 1/2"l x 3 1/2"h. Refer to the picture, as each mask has the reversed side/color next to it.
Design by SERRV using CDC recommendations. Not approved by the FDA. Not intended for use in a medical setting or to replace medical grade masks. Does not replace other CDC recommendations for social distancing, handwashing, and refraining from touching the face. Do not place mask on children under the age of 2, anyone who has trouble breathing, or is unconscious, incapacitated or otherwise unable to remove the mask without assistance. View all guidelines from the CDC for helping prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Your purchase helps marginalized rural women and individuals with disabilities in Cambodia receive employment, income, training, and hope, empowering them to become self-sufficient. Native handcraft traditions help rebuild the Khmer craft tradition, decimated during Cambodia's many years of conflict and civil war
The rich color and grain of wild olive wood complements the organic shape of our African chopsticks, which are carved by hand by artisans in Kenya.
Sold as a set. Hand wash only
Size: 8"L x 0.75"W x 0.25"T
Adela Dangle Earrings
The Adela Dangle Earrings are ethically-made in Chile from brass and green chalcedony. These earrings are completely handmade and super high quality. Measure about 2".
WHO MADE IT?
Three artisan cooperatives working around the capital city of Santiago: small groups with a total of 12 artisans. This group specializes in copper jewelry production, using age old copper forging techniques to produce modern and edgy pieces. The jewelry market is huge in Chile, but most jewelry makers work outside the formal economy, meaning they make even lower than minimum wage. This group in Chili acts as a facilitator for independent artisans, helping marginalized workers enter the formal economy and earn fair wages.
We commit to long term, reliable trade agreements that allow cooperatives to hire more women and make proactive business decisions. These women can count on us to place continuous orders at consistent prices, and that trust results in more jobs and more job security for women. We recognize the difference between living wage and minimum wage, and we pay our artisans more than 3x the minimum wage in Chile. The minimum wage in Chile is 8,800 Chilean pesos per day ($13.50 USD/day). Our Chilean artisans are paid per piece, as there are very few people actually making the products (unlike most of the other cooperatives we work with). They can make about $155,000 Chilean pesos per day when they are working on our orders, the equivalent of $233 USD/day.
This sweet looking garland is a sweet treat for any holiday themed suite! The charming garland is lovingly handmade by skilled artisans working in a Fair Trade production center in Kathmandu, Nepal.Artisans use 100% natural wool and non-toxic, azo-free dyes. Wool scraps are recycled into new products. Comes with a festive ''Fair Trade Holiday'' tag. An exclusive design by dZi Handmade.
Woven Hoop Earrings
The Jo Anna Woven Hoop Earrings are equal to the cost of reaching out to 16 women in the red light district. Every purchase of the Jo Anna Woven Hoop Earrings means exploited women and girls can begin experiencing freedom at Starfish Project. Because of your purchase, exploited women and girls will experience freedom, establish independence, and develop careers. Thank you for restoring hope.
Alloy and straw hoop earrings.Measures 2.4 inches. Hypoallergenic; lead and cadmium free with nickel content less than 100 ppm.