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August 28, 2017 | Last Modified: 2017

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Meaning 'beautiful' in Burmese, Hla Day is a welcome addition to Yangon's growing band of social-enterprise shops. It offers quality contemporary and traditional handicrafts sourced from local producers often struggling to overcome disability, exclusion and poverty. You'll find colourful women's and kids' clothing, soft toys, stationery, jewellery, homewares and more here.

Responsibility

Hla Day provides a fair trade marketplace and training for small Myanmar craft producers,opening opportunities to improve their social and economic situation. We are committed to using local materials and local artisans to produce quality, handmade products with a contemporary twist. We provide a sustainable market place, skill trainings and creative design input to support the livelihoods of our producers, many of whom are struggling to overcome disability, exclusion and poverty. Hla Day aims to capture the unique flavours of Myanmar design by locally sourcing all materials and celebrating traditional skills.

Business Case

Hla Day is a not for profit social enterprise. We work with Myanmar artisans, disadvantaged groups and small businesses to design, develop and sell quality handmade products with a contemporary twist. We also aim to bring costumers close to Myanmar producers and their hand crafted contemporary products while providing a fair income.

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Meaning 'beautiful' in Burmese, Hla Day is a welcome addition to Yangon's growing band of social-enterprise shops. It offers quality contemporary and traditional handicrafts sourced from local producers often struggling to overcome disability, exclusion and poverty. You'll find colourful women's and kids' clothing, soft toys, stationery, jewellery, homewares and more here.

Hla Day provides a fair trade marketplace and training for small Myanmar craft producers,opening opportunities to improve their social and economic situation. We are committed to using local materials and local artisans to produce quality, handmade products with a contemporary twist. We provide a sustainable market place, skill trainings and creative design input to support the livelihoods of our producers, many of whom are struggling to overcome disability, exclusion and poverty. Hla Day aims to capture the unique flavours of Myanmar design by locally sourcing all materials and celebrating traditional skills.

Hla Day is a not for profit social enterprise. We work with Myanmar artisans, disadvantaged groups and small businesses to design, develop and sell quality handmade products with a contemporary twist. We also aim to bring costumers close to Myanmar producers and their hand crafted contemporary products while providing a fair income.

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