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Non Plastic planter helps your family & the environment both. unique home decor piece which brings an organic element into your home. It is an intricately woven Sabai Grass. The bright colour adds to the attractive design. This Planter is made of Sabaii grass. This grass is a perennial grass which grows in West Bengal & Orissa Mayurbhanj area primarily. We work directly with the craftswomen of the region supporting rural communities self-sustain themselves during non-farming season also. About 60 households are working only in sabaii grass now, making their ends meet through this project. The women crafts-group undergo trainings now and then learning various advanced skills as new groups emerge with more basic trainings and thus more self-employ ability. Sabaii Grass locally called Babuii grass is a very sturdy material and used to be used by the British Army in India for pulling their artillery, such is its strength.
Clean it with using a soft cotton cloth, no harsh rubbing.
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Kadam Haat is an NGO started in 2009 to provide livelihood opportunities to rural artisans of Kumarhat & Nayangram blocks in West and East Midnapore Districts of West Bengal. It promotes the use of Bamboo and Sabai grass to produce handicraft products that are unique in design, 100% handmade, 100% biodegradable, sustainable and eco- friendly with Craftmark certification. It has financially empowered many women and made them self-reliant to bring about social transformation and acceptance for them. All profits earned by Kadam Haat are ploughed back for training rural artisans and infrastructure development like provision of solar power and tube wells.
Kadam Haat started in 2009 is a handmade sustainable product brand that has worked with more than 800 craftsmen and craftsmen communities across India. Kadam is an NGO that trains more than 6,000 local craftsmen to improve their livelihoods and empower their communities. Kadam's vision is to promote sustainable plastic-free lives for consumers around the world. We are members of these respected global organizations. As a domain expert, KADAM worked with the J & K Government and the World Bank from 2020 to 2022 to create a unique group of wicker craft producers with 100% ownership of craftsmen. They are committed to ecological sustainability and pay attention to it in all our activities.
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