When I was making plans for this visit to Cambodia I made sure to not fill it up so there could be space for spontaneous moments and plenty of opportunities for me to say: WHY NOT?? But I definitely didn’t expect to find myself on a tuk tuk speeding through northern Cambodia so that I
I’d like to share a bit more about the two sisters that the Happily Made village has been supporting the past few months. I’ve realised that a lot of people haven’t heard about it, and the ones that have mostly only know snippets. So hopefully this will give a clearer idea of what’s happening before I
*Disclaimer: This blog article was written by a guest writer for Happily Made While the focus for Happily Made has always been to provide meaningful employment to women in rural or disadvantaged communities, creating demand for their handcrafted goods has also given them the great privilege to help numerous communities keep their craft traditions alive.
*Disclaimer: This article was written by a guest for Happily Made Ever came across an ad with a hungry child or a one similar to the ad above? This is what is defined as poverty porn– when companies use photos, videos or messages exploit the poor’s suffering to generate sympathy and trigger the audience’s emotions to sell