Cozy Toes Slippers
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Handmade in Nepal by a small cooperative of women, many with no education, to increase its export sales so that additional disadvantaged artisans can improve their economic and social conditions. Profit from sales is used for development programs and to help market the handicrafts of producers operating on a small scale, usually from their homes.
With every item purchased with us, a tree is planted in partnership with the National Forest Foundation.
From ancient times, Nepal is known for its rich and diverse cultural heritage. Historically, two principal religions Buddhism and Hinduism have influenced the Nepalese culture heritage. The syncretic nature of Nepalese art and architecture symbolizes unity amongst various ethnic groups and promotes the spirit of unity.
Details + Dimensions
small fits shoe size 6.5 - 7.5
medium fits shoe size 8 - 9
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Meet the Maker
Sana Hastakala, which means "small handicraft" in Nepali, is a nongovernmental, nonprofit export organization based in Kathmandu. Sana Hastakala works to preserve the rich artistic skill and traditions of Nepali artisans, and provides additional training and marketing assistance to artisans. Eighty percent of the artisans are women; most artisans are uneducated. Sana Hastakala strives to increase its export sales so that additional disadvantaged artisans can improve their economic and social conditions. Profit from sales is used for producer development programs, staff welfare and organizational strengthening. Sana Hastakala was established in 1989 as a retail shop to help market the handicrafts of producers, mainly women operating on a small scale, usually from their homes.