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Embroidered Pillow Ornaments - Set of 4

Item # 25431
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Exotic pillow ornaments will help "cushion" the stress of holiday decorating! Each ornament features a different embroidered pattern for a unique holiday display.

Ornaments are hand-sewn and embroidered by women of the Karen tribe. Former residents of Burma, the Karen now live in refugee camps on the Thailand-Burma border. Your purchase helps these women earn a living wage for themselves and their families.

Ornaments measure 2.75" sq. (6.9 cm) and hang from a 2.25" L (5.7 cm) ribbon. Handmade in and fair-trade imported from Thailand.

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Artisan Women of the Karen tribe

After years of suffering at the hands of the Burmese government, the ethnic Karen people were forced to flee their country and now live in exile in refugee camps along the Thai-Burma and Indo-Burma borders.

Women's Education for Advancement and Empowerment (WEAVE) is a non-profit organization established in 1990. With project centers in the ethnic Karen and Karenni refugee camps along the Thai-Burma and Indo-Burma borders, WEAVE works to improve the lives of marginalized indigenous women and children by improving education, health, and self-reliance.

WEAVE is a member of the US Fair Trade Federation, and seeks to provide a safe, sustainable, and culturally sensitive way of for refugees on the Thai-Burma border to earn an income through handicrafts. Women in refugee camps have few ways of generating income, and they deserve a fair opportunity to build a better life for themselves and their families.

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