fair trade - empowering Lao villagers
An Interview with the Founder of Mulberries WFTO-Asia interviews Kommaly Chanthavong, Mulberries
Mulberries: Proud Producer of the First Fair Trade Silks in Laos WFTO-Asia
Women’s traditional knowledge in Lao social enterprise – Weaving mulberry silk into
Mulberries Organic Silk – This book will give you glimpses of the
Susanna Bevilacqua, a banker and founder of Fair@Square, wears a fair trade
It takes 21 people to make each AEU silk scarf.
Our Luang Prabang Mulberries shop featured in Qantas Magazine. “Prices here are
Kommaly Chanthavong, master weaver, gives a talk at the Powerhouse museum.
Silk tradition sustains Lao weavers – More than 30 years ago, a
“Silk is about as Lao as their traditional dish of pork salad
“Producers are our children therefore we must take responsibility for them.”
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