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Category Archives: Artisans

New from Baptist Friendship House!

Baptist Friendship House in New Orleans, Louisiana, works to meet the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of the homeless, human trafficking survivors, and those living in poverty. They are a registered Christian Women’s Job Corps site of national WMU. They offer tutoring for people wanting to obtain their high school equivalency diploma, computer skills classes, […]

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New Products from The WellHouse!

WorldCrafts artisan partner The WellHouse just outside Birmingham, Alabama, seeks to honor our Father by providing rescue and opportunities for restoration to women who have survived human trafficking and specifically sexual exploitation. The WellHouse never charges residents for living quarters, therapy, case management, and other services. The Impact of The WellHouse WorldCrafts’ partnership with The […]

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Mother’s Day Gifts That Support Mothers around the World

This Mother’s Day, honor your mother or a special woman in your life by giving a WorldCrafts gift that supports mothers around the world. Many WorldCrafts items are created by moms for moms. Buying from WorldCrafts means you have the special privilege of supporting moms around the world who work hard to care for their […]

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Proverbs 31 Women: Supporting Women in Uganda

WorldCrafts artisan partner, Proverbs 31 Women in Uganda, employs women and provides them with badly needed income to meet their families’ most basic needs, such as food and rent. Proverbs 31 Women’s Ministry Members of this ministry make jewelry pieces and are provided a fair wage to support themselves along with their families. Due to […]

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ConneXions

ConneXions: Making an Impact in India

WorldCrafts artisan group ConneXions employs underprivileged women from the slums of Calcutta, India. ConneXions has trained the artisans how to make products out of their traditional saris using the kantha, a traditional Indian embroidery technique. The Impact of Your Purchase The women artisans of ConneXions work primarily from their homes while looking after their children […]

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The Lily House: Raising Lilies with Hope

The Lily House is a safe haven, child day care, and business training center for women in the Dominic Republic who have been rescued from sex trafficking or are at risk of being trafficked. Women at The Lily House learn to make jewelry by hand in order to make a new living with dignity and […]

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Thai Country Trim: Making an Impact in Thailand

Thai Country Trim, WorldCrafts’ oldest and largest artisan group, employs artisans throughout the country of Thailand. Through its partnership with WorldCrafts’ Support Freedom campaign, women are rescued out of human slavery and restored to new life.

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Support Human Trafficking Victims through WorldCrafts

Human trafficking is the fastest growing criminal industry in the world today. In recognition of this immense problem, January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Awareness Month, and National Human Trafficking Awareness Day is observed January 11. This January, you can join WorldCrafts in supporting human trafficking victims like Pinki. Pinki arrived at Love Calcutta […]

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Merry Christmas from the WorldCrafts Family!

May this Christmas be full of peace and blessings for you and your family. Here at WorldCrafts we’re celebrating the most joyful time of the year by spreading some extra holiday cheer. Every purchase you make through WorldCrafts brings transformation to artisans around the world. In this beautiful season, we here at WorldCrafts want to […]

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Master’s Handicrafts: Making an Impact in Kyrgyzstan

The cultural and artistic traditions of Central Asia have been preserved through the generations as women work together with their mothers and grandmothers creating masterful crafts. Artisans at Master’s Handicrafts in Kyrgyzstan have skillfully crafted each item out of natural felt that is hand dyed. These items are as varied as the women who make […]

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