No more cries of lost pencils, this stationary carrier is the answer! Each carrier is made from saroung fabric with a coconut shell button and features a ruler, lead pencil, 11 coloured pencils, eight crayons, a pencil sharpener and eraser. They are made by our seamstresses Chomrong, Saney and Saroun at their homes in Siem Reap, Cambodia, for a fair wage. All proceeds support education, vocational training and community support projects to move Cambodians out of poverty, so this stationery carrier is extra special!
Not suitable for children under 3 years
Hope handicrafts are made by Cambodian women. These women have studied in the 10-month sewing program at Human and Hope Association in Siem Reap, Cambodia. They make these handicrafts at their homes, enabling them to watch over their children at the same time. All our seamstresses earn a fair wage, receive constant development opportunities from Human and Hope Association, and take out interest-free microfinance loans to purchase sewing machines. Our handicrafts are made from traditional Khmer fabrics and cotton fabric.