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    Cow Bells to School Bells

    I remember it was a dry summer morning in 2011, and I was walking into a small village on the India Pakistan border. It was the first time we were meeting our artisan bell makers. I met Kasim Bhai...

    More Than Finding a Job

    Two-thirds of the Indian population is rural. Over the years, with changes in the weather patterns that have led to unreliable farming cycles and lack of other employment opportunities, there has...

    Preserving an Art Form, Ensuring a Legacy

    In our last blog, our founder, Manish, explored what determines a fair wage. An effective way to raise wages is to produce higher quality goods and bolster an artisan’s skills so they can confidently...

    Bellcraft: Driving Social Change

    In the artisanal world, the economic and social aspects of life are quite interwoven. It's very different from developed countries, like the US, where our work and life is mostly separate. We go to our...

    Celebrating 10 Years of Fair Trade

    Manish Gupta began his fair trade enterprise ten years ago along with his wife, Ruchi.  He was not a craft maker, he had no experience in product design, and he had admittedly little knowledge of trends...

    Woodcraft: Carving Social Change

    For most of us, access to eye care and health awareness resources are commonplace, but for many of our wood craft artisans, this hasn’t always been the case. Poor eyesight is hardly ideal for a job...

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