At Prem-maa we proudly partner with Beauty For Ashes, Dinadi, and Purnaa to bring our customers ethically-made high-quality products.
Purnaa is a World Fair Trade guaranteed social enterprise based in Kathmandu, Nepal. Purnaa strives to stop exploitation, to be ethical and fair, and to put out high-quality products and services. Purnaa produces sustainable clothing that not only has safe manufacturing and dying processes but also includes the safe sourcing of fabric fibers and intentionally sources their materials so that they are produced with the least environmental impact. To learn more about Purnaa go to http://www.purnaa.com
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Beauty For Ashes is a gift and accessories manufacturing company also based in Kathmandu, Nepal. Beauty For Ashes battles human trafficking by employing women who are either marginalized or escaping exploitative situations. This allows them to fight human trafficking at what they believe is the source, poverty. Go to https://beautyforashesnepal.com
to learn more about Beauty For Ashes.
Dinadi is a social business in Nepal that handcrafts knitted and crocheted products while changing lives through the dignified jobs they offer. Dinadi ensures that their employees are treated with dignity and are fairly compensated for the work they do. The jobs and ethically made products that Dinadi creates, and the issues in which they promote, are continuously bringing about positive change to the people surrounding them. To learn more about Dinadi go to https://www.dinadi.com/ .
Love Justice International, formally Tiny Hands International, is a Christian non-profit organization that rescues girls who are being trafficked in Nepal, Bangladesh, India, and South Africa through transit monitoring stations located where trafficking occurs and provides safe homes for the orphans and street kids of Nepal and Bangladesh. One of the reasons Prem-maa decided to donate all of its' proceeds to Love Justice is because of their extremely low administrative costs. Love Justice International only spends about 4% of their overall donations on administrative costs, meaning almost all of the money that is donated goes to fighting human trafficking. Since 2009 Love Justice's border and transit monitoring stations have intercepted over 15,000 women and children from trafficking. To learn more about Love Justice International and what they're doing to stop human trafficking, go to https://www.lovejustice.ngo.