You always come back from holidays with your bags full of presents not only for you but also for your family and friends.
1- Happy Silk
Happy Silk’s aim is to provide jobs to people with disabilities and support home-based workers and weavers working with the Women for Women foundation. The foundation was established as a way to promote the social empowerment and community economic development of women in Cambodia. You can pick up a range of silk products, jewellery and accessories made by the women of Cambodia, for the women of Cambodia.
Address: #81, street 2 Thnou Siem Reap Cambodia
Yodicraft products are made in association with Yodifee, the Youth with Disabilities Foundation for Education and Employment. The foundation aims to provide assistance and empowerment to young Cambodians with physical disabilities. The shop sells a range of handmade crafts such as jewellery, accessories and clothing. They also have a range of environmentally sustainable products, such as handbags and pencil cases, made from recycled rice bags, a creative initiative that helps both the environment and the people.
Address: #172E0, Street 13 Phnom Penh Cambodia
3- Peace Handicrafts/Y.E.K Design
Peace Handicrafts is another social enterprise that provides training and employment opportunities to landmine victims, disabled people and the deaf. They sell a range of products made from local hand-woven silks and recycled materials such as recycled rice bags, nets and recycled paper. This environmentally conscious organisation also exports their products internationally while supporting the local people of Cambodia. You can read some of the staff stories here.
Address: No.39C,Street155,Sangkat Toul Tompong I , Khan Chamcarmon Phnom Penh, Cambodia.