Our Partners

All our partners are fair trade certified (or strictly follow fair trade principles) and are hand selected by us. They’re working tirelessly to be the change they wish to see in the world; empowering the most disadvantaged people on the planet by providing them with vocational training and fair wages. Which creates long-term stability, boosts confidence and improves mental health … and has the potential to drastically reduce poverty on a global scale.
By buying from us, you’re helping support them … and truly transform lives.
 
Lost in Samsara is a proud member of BAFTS-British Association of Fair Trade Shops
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IMPACT:
• The making of their products provides work to 49 artisans
• The purchase of their crafts provides living wages and training to disabled people, mainly victims of land mines and polio 

 

APIKRI - Indonesia
 
IMPACT:
• The making of their products provides work to 200 micro producer in Yogyakarta Special Province and Central Java
• The purchase of their crafts provides living wages, capacity building, financial support, training and help in finding new market for the producers

 

Global Mamas - Ghana
IMPACT:
• The making of their products provides works to over 500 women
• The purchase of their crafts provides living wages, paid maternity leave, training, education and health programs
 
Just Trade - Peru, Ecuador and India
IMPACT:
• The making of their products provides work to 147 artisans
• The purchase of their crafts provides living wages, workshops and training, new tools
 
IMPACT:
• The making of their products provides work to 16 women
• The purchase of their crafts provides living wages, training and education
 
IMPACT:
• The making of their products provides work to 94 artisans
• The purchase of their crafts provides living wages, literacy programs, artisan development programs, community health programs, youth scholarships, community tourism 
 
 
Saidpur Enterprises - Bangladesh
IMPACT: 
• The making of their products provides work to more than 125 artisans 
• The purchase of their crafts provides living wages, training, health care, legal aid and education programs like food nutrition, management and sewing skills. Also they have been able to provide school uniforms to over 500 children.  
 
Smart Crafts - Cambodia
IMPACT: 
• The making of their products provides work to 13 artisans
• The purchase of their crafts provides living wages and training to disabled people, mainly victims of land mines and polio
A.N.D - Cambodia
IMPACT:
• The making of their products provides work to 60 farming families plus 13 full time employees
• The purchase of their crafts provides living wages and support to home-based disabled artisans, mostly polio and land-mine amputees, some living with speech hearing difficulties
SMATERIA - Cambodia
 
IMPACT:
• The making of their products provides work to more than 20 artisans, 85% of which are women
• The purchase of their crafts provides comfortable working conditions, a thirteen-month salary, health insurance, professional training and the freedom to train across the whole organization – from pre-production to sales. They also provide a f ree preschool and childcare centre right on the premises so new mums can breastfeed their babies and staff with young children can work
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