Recycled paper Producers Group
Miss.Chanthy and Ms.Rothary help their father Mr.Nuth Sam Eng with producing recycled paper sheets and note books, to help pay for their family and their higher education at school. Miss.Chanthy enjoys producing recycled paper at home when she is free from school. now she is at second year at university. she is very happy and freedom to work at home.
A4 recycled sheets are all handmade using old paper, torn, ground, and molded, and naturally dried in the sun 100 sheets recycled A4 paper, handmade in Cambodia. Craftworks Cambodia's recycled paper producers are a large family that live approximately 20km from the city of Phnom Penh
Recycled paper notepad artisans
Plain recycled notebooks ethically made in Cambodia. The artisan lives with his two granddaughters and one grandson. He enjoys working under the shade of mango trees in front of his house. All products are handmade and 100% recycled.
Ironwork artisans have been trained by a professional in their handicraft skill. Produced in a small workshop under ethical conditions in the urban city of Phnom Penh. They use bomb casings that are left over from Cambodia's wartime three decades ago and recycled nuts and bolts from second hand cars, buses, motorbikes or vehicles in Cambodia. . Ironwork artisans then skillfully mold bomb shells,nuts and bolts into creative little creatures, introducing a small income to underprivileged communities
_Ke Vankhai is one of these crafts people and can be seen at his mini workshop at their home. Rithy ( an accomplished artisan) has 5 male and 1 female home based artisans.
Eco-Friendly Wallets & Bags, Ms. Seng
Ms. Seng Kim Sok is 26 years
old. She has experiences in sewing silk/cotton bags, wallets and eco-friendly
products for 10 years.
_Jewelry artisan.Mr.Chem Sopheak is producing the recycled bomb casings jewelry at his home.
Eight jewelry artisans, living in an underprivileged community approximately 45 minutes from Phnom Penh, Cambodia, make recycled bomb shell and recycled bullet jewellery. Artisans have been trained by a professional in their handicraft skill. The bomb casings they use are left over from Cambodia's wartime three decades ago. Ironwork artisans then skillfully mold these recycled bomb shells into beautiful jewellery pieces, providing a small income to underprivileged communities.
Silk/Eco-friendly bag tailor at home
Ms.Thearny has one daughter, she will have a baby boy soon earlier June 2013she lives in Prek Prah commune, about 25 minutes from Phnom Penh city. she enjoys producing bags, and cotton t-shirts at her home,beside that it is easy for her to buy food and take care of her daughter when she works at home.
Eco-friendly bag artisans
Fair trade, ethically made in Cambodia. Handcrafted from Handcrafted from used plastic bags.
Bags are made by Miss Srey Mach and Kim Sien with disabilities because of mine. She sells bags to care for themselves and their underprivileged family, Srey Mach is from Kom Pong Cham province, she lives in a rental room that she can share her cost with Kim Sien,Phnom Penh.
Eco-friendly Wallets & Bag.Ms.Mom and Ms.Srey Mach.
Organza and fine bags, wallets and
other eco-friendly products are made by Ms. Mom Verng & Ms. Srey Mach (left), with disabilities because of a mine and polio. They sell bags to care for themselves and their underprivileged
Ms. Srey Mach is from Kom Pong Cham
province. She is 32 years old, she lives in a rental room that she can share her cost with her colleagues in Phnom Penh.
Ms. Mom Verng is 40 years old; she
has 4 siblings, and is the third of her family. She has two older brothers and one younger brother. She is from Lor Veah Aem village, Arey Ksat district, Kandal province. She has experiences in sewing silk/cotton bags and eco-friendly bags for nearly 15 years.
They really enjoy sewing bags,
wallets, making other eco–friendly products at the mini workshops at
their homes. This work makes their life full of pleasure, dignity and helps
their families have better lives.
With the support of groups such as
Craftworks Cambodia, and the sales of these bags, wallets, eco-friendly handmade
products, an income can be provided that offers their families and their
communities the chance at a better future. This project ensures that the
artisans are fairly rewarded for their work and provide support for education
and training in the communities in
Mr.Oun was born in Stuong district, Siem Reap, he learned how to make jewelry from Mr.Chantha nearly two years ago, he learns very fast, he enjoys working as a jeweler in Phnom Penh, so he can earn fair wage for himself and his family.
Fair trade, ethically made in Cambodia. Handcrafted from recycled plastic bags.
She lives in Phnom Penh city, she is living with
HIV/AIDS for a long time, Her husband passed away since 2000 and her son died of
age 9 since 2004. So her life was full of difficulties and sufferings when her
husband and son died.
She has her
experiences producing Eco-friendly bags, wallets and other products more than 15
years, she enjoys working at home, so she can relax and stay home freely with
her parents and younger sisters at the same roof of her house.