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September 4, 2018 | Last Modified: 2018

Travel Experience

Watthan Artisans Cambodia is a local social enterprise that has been established in 2004 as a showcase of talents for Cambodian disabled artisans (weavers, woodcarvers, tailors…) as well as an opportunity of socio-economic development for vulnerable groups. The brand is also regarded as a leading player in the recent rebirth of Khmer fine craftsmanship, with its unique and premium designs that combine ancestral savoir-faire and modernity.

Responsibility

WAC is a worker-run cooperative of Cambodian artisans with disabilities. The main goals are to improve the living standard of people with disabilities in Cambodia through training and employment.

Business Case

Watthan Artisans Cambodia employs more than 200 disadvantaged artisans: weavers, woodcarvers, tailors and silversmiths throughout Cambodia. More than 90% of the profit is reinvested in improving social advancement for our staff and creation of new employment opportunities.

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Watthan Artisans Cambodia is a local social enterprise that has been established in 2004 as a showcase of talents for Cambodian disabled artisans (weavers, woodcarvers, tailors…) as well as an opportunity of socio-economic development for vulnerable groups. The brand is also regarded as a leading player in the recent rebirth of Khmer fine craftsmanship, with its unique and premium designs that combine ancestral savoir-faire and modernity.

WAC is a worker-run cooperative of Cambodian artisans with disabilities. The main goals are to improve the living standard of people with disabilities in Cambodia through training and employment.

Watthan Artisans Cambodia employs more than 200 disadvantaged artisans: weavers, woodcarvers, tailors and silversmiths throughout Cambodia. More than 90% of the profit is reinvested in improving social advancement for our staff and creation of new employment opportunities.

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