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This bag was made by Kak Yanie from the Jakun tribe in Kampung Bukit Serok, Pahang. She started her business, Mulanet in 2018 and now she has 3 assistants. Over the course of 10 years, Kak Yanie has trained over 80 seamstresses in Perak and Pahang.
The pandemic has really affected her sales, let's support Kak Yanie by getting her beautiful eco-friendly "beg bawang" for your next grocery run.
Proudly made in Malaysia by Orang Asli ladies to support their children's education.
Your Purchase Impact
Keep indigenous kids in school
Employing women from marginalized communities
Orang Asli mothers have no opportunity for work when they have to care for their young children at home. Each school going child needs at least RM100-RM150 per month for school expenses.
Poverty is the main reason for school dropouts amongst Orang Asli children.
The Asli Co. equips mothers with skills to make modern handicrafts and products. They earn upfront income for their crafts, giving them opportunities to earn additional income from home to help keep kids in school
|Details||Specifications||Size||Open: 43cm X 42cm | Closed: 19cm X 12cm||Makers||Kak Yanie and her team from Kg. Orang Asli Bukit Serok, Pahang|