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Nargish Begum, making twine in Bangladesh - Fair Trade

Dhaka | ঢাকা

Dhaka // SHOP & VOLUNTEERING | Prokritee: they have lots of wonderful products, all fair trade and fairly priced. And 100% of the money is going to the non-profit organisations which return the profits back into the community. Prokritee Source shop is based at their head office. Prokritee are also beginning a market for local fairtrade producers. They have a real inspiring, dynamic leadership with a real heart for the community.

Recycled Newspaper Journal

This unique journal features a recycled woven newspaper cover which is durable yet soft to the touch! The purchase of this ethically handmade stationery employs fair trade artisans working in Bangladesh with Prokritee, which means “nature” in Bengali. Please note that due to the handmade nature of fair trade items, slight variations are to be expected and add to the charm and authenticity. Approx. 8.5” L x 6” W Recycled Newspaper Journal by Fair & Square Imports. Home & Gifts - Gifts…

Fair Trade Garden Twine Pack - £4.50 The garden twine pack contains 3 natural twine balls in red, green and original colours. These handcrafted Twine Packs are made by Prokritee who aim to create employment for disadvantaged rural women in Bangladesh by creating and selling unique fair trade products. #Fairtrade #LetItGrow

Sari Motif Cushion

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Renu Begum (left) and Malina Sarkar (right) making silk paper for Prokritee in Bangladesh

Fair Trade! The tender hands of the artisans who handmade these throws from recycled saris are those of women who courageously escaped the the sex trade industry in the red light district. Now, these women are artisans of Sacred Mark, a workshop of artisan group Prokritee in Bangledesh. Nobel Prize winning Bengali poet, Rabindranath Tagore inspired the name "Sacred Mark". Recycled cotton saris 84"(L) x 38" (W) Hand wash only Made in Bangladesh Weight: 28.9 oz. *Back orders cannot…

so pretty. Angel Star Garland from serrv.org created by Prokritee in Bangladesh

Leafy Stitches Journal

Be-leaf in your dreams! Record your memories or jot down lists in this naturally attractive journal handmade by artisans from Prokritee (meaning "nature" in Bangla) Bangladesh. Comes with a tie closure and innovative double flap opening system.