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August 28, 2017 | Last Modified: 2017

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Dacco was founded in 2008 and it showcases the beautiful crafts by tribes from all over Myanmar, including Shan, Chin, Naga, Karen and much more. The main focus of their products are local fabrics and textiles, and they sell gorgeous bags, camera straps, apparel made from those materials. They also sell jewelry, sandals, baskets and household accessories.

Responsibility

Dacco nurtures centuries-old traditional Myanmar crafts and culture, thus encouraging local artists to prosper, maintaining an ethical and balanced relationship between artisans and buyers. Intricate textile weaves from Shan, Chin, Naga, Karen, Kachin, Mon, Rakkhine and Burman Tribes are elaborated to create an array of decorative household accessories, jewelry and wearing apparel. dacco also employs disadvantaged women to produce products.

Business Case

Dacco nurtures centuries-old traditional Myanmar crafts and culture, thus encouraging local artists to prosper, maintaining an ethical and balanced relationship between artisans and buyers.

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Dacco was founded in 2008 and it showcases the beautiful crafts by tribes from all over Myanmar, including Shan, Chin, Naga, Karen and much more. The main focus of their products are local fabrics and textiles, and they sell gorgeous bags, camera straps, apparel made from those materials. They also sell jewelry, sandals, baskets and household accessories.

Dacco nurtures centuries-old traditional Myanmar crafts and culture, thus encouraging local artists to prosper, maintaining an ethical and balanced relationship between artisans and buyers. Intricate textile weaves from Shan, Chin, Naga, Karen, Kachin, Mon, Rakkhine and Burman Tribes are elaborated to create an array of decorative household accessories, jewelry and wearing apparel. dacco also employs disadvantaged women to produce products.

Dacco nurtures centuries-old traditional Myanmar crafts and culture, thus encouraging local artists to prosper, maintaining an ethical and balanced relationship between artisans and buyers.

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