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  • Selyn

    Colombo, Sri Lanka
    Categories: clothing shop, artwork & crafts
    Selyn was founded in 1991 to provide work and income for village women in Sri Lankan. Now the largest fair trade handicrafts organisation in Sri Lanka, Selyn has 5 stores selling fair trade items made all over the country. The organisation specialises in handmade toys, children’s accessories, educational and interactive toys, home accessories, household textiles and linens, garments, jewellery and many other products which you can pick up from their flagship store in Colombo. Shop for a cause and take home a souvenir with a story.
  • Skwachays Hotel & Gallery

    Vancouver, Canada
    Categories: hotel/guesthouse, artwork & crafts
    The Skwachàys Lodge and Art Gallery is a social enterprise project located in the heart of Vancouver’s historic downtown and created by the Vancouver Native Housing Society. The building houses a fair trade Indigenous art gallery, boutique hotel, and an urban Indigenous artist residence. Profits from this social enterprise directly fund supportive housing programs for at-risk indigenous people.
  • Tenikwa

    South Africa, Plettenberg Bay
    Categories: animal sanctuary, ecotourism, artwork & crafts
    Tenikwa is a wildlife centre located in the rural suburb known as The Crags outside Plettenberg Bay and only 40 minutes from the popular town of Knysna. They offer different tours, overnight experiences and seek to raise awareness through education.
  • Tohe

    Hanoi, Vietnam
    Categories: artwork & crafts
    Tohe is a social enterprise in Vietnam that provides a creative learning playground for disadvantaged children to play and learn in a different academic setting. Selected artworks from art classes have been redesigned and printed on lifestyle products such as: clothes, accessories, homeware, toys. These are then branded under the name Tohe and distributed both in Vietnam and internationally.
  • Wanita

    Pattani, Thailand
    Categories: souvenirs, artwork & crafts
    Women from the poorest provinces in Southern Thailand banded together to create product and industry that could positively affect their lives. Although there is not much tourism in the region, if you are in Pattani then stop by the shop that displays the food products, wickerwork, handicraft, and agriculture produced by these women.