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Samunnat Nepalese Bead Charms

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Samunnat Nepalese Bead Charms

20.00

Introducing our Samunnat Charms! These charms are composed of beads that are hand crafted by an a amazing group of women in Nepal. The non-profit organization assists women who are victims of domestic violence. Not only do you get a stunning charm but you also know you are helping make the world a better place.

These women produce some of the most beautifully detailed hand-crafted polymer clay beads we have ever seen. We immediately knew we had to do our part to help usher these beads into the world in a larger way. 

Located east of Kathmandu, Samunnat women earn fair wages that allow many of them to leave their vulnerable, often volatile situations. They’ve formed their own microfinance coop with other women in the community, allowing them to manage operations themselves, and are also working to have local artist also independently manage their respective businesses. 

From victims of domestic abuse to fully-empowered business owners, the purchase of Samunnat polymer clay beads is helping provide the women of Samunnat with the necessary resources to improve their lives and the lives of their family and communities.

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Introducing our Samunnat Charms! These charms are composed of beads that are hand crafted by an a amazing group of women in Nepal. The non-profit organization assists women who are victims of domestic violence. Not only do you get a stunning charm but you also know you are helping make the world a better place.

These women produce some of the most beautifully detailed hand-crafted polymer clay beads we have ever seen. We immediately knew we had to do our part to help usher these beads into the world in a larger way. 

Located east of Kathmandu, Samunnat women earn fair wages that allow many of them to leave their vulnerable, often volatile situations. They’ve formed their own microfinance coop with other women in the community, allowing them to manage operations themselves, and are also working to have local artist also independently manage their respective businesses. 

From victims of domestic abuse to fully-empowered business owners, the purchase of Samunnat polymer clay beads is helping provide the women of Samunnat with the necessary resources to improve their lives and the lives of their family and communities.