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August 28, 2017 | Last Modified: 2019

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A not - for - profit organisation showcases crafts from minority groups in Vietnam. They are dedicated to helping revive and revitalise traditional handicrafts. The profits go directly to the communities.

Responsibility

Craft Link is a Vietnamese not – for – profit Fairtrade organisation which helps traditional craft producers to revive their culture and improve their livelihoods through handicraft production and marketing. Craft Link also helps craft producers, especially the poor, to improve their livelihoods through craft production and marketing as well as educates the public about handicraft producers and their products.

Business Case

Craft Link makes money and we operate in a business-like fashion. Three things make us different. First, we are committed to working with producers who need our services. Second, profits are used for the organization’s development activities and for developing new handicraft projects, not for the benefit of the owner or board. Finally, because the profits do not go into the pockets of individuals, many people share our vision and willingly invest time and energy to make this vision a reality.

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A not - for - profit organisation showcases crafts from minority groups in Vietnam. They are dedicated to helping revive and revitalise traditional handicrafts. The profits go directly to the communities.

Craft Link is a Vietnamese not – for – profit Fairtrade organisation which helps traditional craft producers to revive their culture and improve their livelihoods through handicraft production and marketing. Craft Link also helps craft producers, especially the poor, to improve their livelihoods through craft production and marketing as well as educates the public about handicraft producers and their products.

Craft Link makes money and we operate in a business-like fashion. Three things make us different. First, we are committed to working with producers who need our services. Second, profits are used for the organization’s development activities and for developing new handicraft projects, not for the benefit of the owner or board. Finally, because the profits do not go into the pockets of individuals, many people share our vision and willingly invest time and energy to make this vision a reality.

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