Artisan’s name: Phal Sopheak from Kompong Cham province. – 35 years old – victim of a landmine when working out at a field in year 2000. – Married in 2005 and has 2 children (currently 2 and 7 years old) – Joined Villageworks’ sewing and tanning department in Phnom Penh in 2002. – “I am […]
So beautiful to see children in Baray received good and quality education, dream to see them with bright future through Baray Wisdom Nest School. We’re committed to contribute our 10% of Baray Community sales and income to support the school programs.
Working on product development and design for the Swiss market.
Grandma received vegetables and fruit trees from the Villageworks Green Project. Now this is part of important and sustainable income for her family.
Happy to see good result, the more we give the more we receive.
Ms Sheila Kovats she is the designer from USA came to volunteer and help design free size collection with Khmer traditional Ikat cotton textile for new look relax, beautiful and comfortable for daily women wear.
Special thank to Sopheak for providing special lunch Khmer noodle for polios group.
No child labor for the process of Cambodian hand woven textile, Cambodia traditional loom design for adult! proved on sport not suitable for children to works on.
Villageworks 2016 strategic plan#upgrading skill# building capacity # responsible and confidence # cleanliness# healthy# environment.