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Color Your Lotus Card

This handmade paper coloring card features a screen-printed lotus design so you can send a custom color greeting card. Or give the recipient the gift of creativity -- send it blank and let them color away. It was created by the women of Bonoful Paper Project, in Dharagram, Bangladesh. Employment with Bonoful, a workshop of our fair trade artisan partner Prokritee, provides women sustainable income to secure proper housing, adequate food and education for their children.

HANDCRAFTED IN BANGLADESH

  • Handmade paper greeting card with coloring design
  • Card is 5.5 SQ inches
  • Square envelope included
  • Extra postage required
  • Handmade in Bangladesh

SKU: 6608760

THE MAKERS

Prokritee (meaning "nature" in Bengali) manages several handicraft enterprises and helps other groups sell their products in local and foreign markets. Prokritee and its enterprises provide jobs for poor rural women. By providing jobs for women, Prokritee improves women’s standard of living and helps them send their children to school. The organization provides skills development training to artisans. Prokritee creates and promotes income–generating projects that benefit the artisans, adhere to good safety and environmental standards, and have the potential to become self–reliant. Prokritee was established in 2001 as an independent organization. Ten Thousand Villages has purchased products from Prokritee and its predecessor MCC Bangladesh since 1986.
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Welcome to our global maker-to-market movement where, together with 20,000 artisans, we ignite social change. We create opportunities for individuals, families, and communities in developing countries to thrive through strong relationships, fair wages, safe working conditions, and sustainable practices.

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