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Handmade Felt Red Ribbon Ornament

Item # 34687

Funds 50 cups of food.

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Support Nepal Now! A devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake has struck the Himalayan nation of Nepal. Hospitals are completely overwhelmed and humanitarian aid is desperately needed to assist the survivors. Right now, give a free extra donation to fund humanitarian aid for victims of the Nepal earthquake when you shop Made In Nepal items like this one. No code needed -- this donation is automatically applied.

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Do your part to create HIV/AIDS or heart health awareness while supporting a team of female artisans in Nepal -- and add a timeless touch of beauty and kindness to your holiday décor. Nothing could be more in line with the spirit of Christmas than helping those less fortunate than yourself!

Ornament is created from 100% natural wool and eco-friendly dyeing products. A small faux pearl sits on the front of the ribbon, and the ornament dangles from a loop of silver and white string for hanging. Ornament measures 6" T (15.2 cm). Handmade in and fairly traded from Nepal.

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Everest Fashion was established in 1996 as an economical development project with the aim of providing job opportunities for local female handicraft producers in Kathmandu, Nepal. Everest employs only women, and the steady wages they earn from their work helps them feed and clothe their families and send their children to school.

Nepal has few roads and is mostly connected by narrow trade routes and crisscrossing footpaths. Where the roads end, goods are carried on the backs of mules, dzos, yaks, or men and women. The difficulties of travel make it nearly impossible for individual artisans to make a living marketing and selling their wares outside of their local area. Everest helps their artisans reach national and international markets that were previously unavailable and provides customers with an ever-changing array of beautiful and unique handicrafts.

Everest is committed to using natural fibers as much as possible in their goods. Most products are made from renewable sources such as hemp, cotton, allo (a Himalayan nettle), wool and silk, and all products are made from local resources. In this way, they utilize the abundant local raw materials while providing job opportunities for hundreds of villagers.

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