Phnom Penh has many wonderful not-for-profit organisations whose programmes are funded or partially funded by stores selling their products. So why not spend and feel good about it at the same time?
Artisans Angkor boutique showroom. Artisans Angkor is a social enterprise founded with the aim of providing training and employment to underprivileged rural Cambodians. It now employs around 1,100 people, 700 of which are artisans.
Daughters of Cambodia’s boutique store and visitor centre, found on Sisowath Quay, stocks a variety of interesting and attractive products including jewellery, scarves and bags, children’s toys, men’s products, t-shirts, and home décor items. You’re sure to find something with your name on it.
Tabitha store features a gorgeous range of beautiful, handcrafted silk products. From bedding to tablecloths, to bags and shawls, all crafted from the finest Cambodian silk.
Cambodian Creations aims to generate income for at-risk Cambodian workers in an ethical, fair-trade environment. They stock a fabulous range of jewellery, handicrafts and knitted toys, sourced from a number of socially responsible producers across Cambodia.
At 3Strands store the ethos is all about reintegration for survivors of human trafficking or sexual exploitation. They sell a variety of apparel, bags, wallets and other accessories.
Tonlé at Phnom Penh International Airport is an ethical fashion label which is all about paying workers fair wages with decent benefits while using ethically and environmentally sourced material (zero waste) so you can feel good about looking great.
Goel Community believes in the value of traditional craftsmanship, and sustaining local economies that strengthen the community. They are a WFTO guaranteed fair trade organisation producing handwoven, naturally-dyed textile fabrics and products, such as apparel, bags, home textiles and accessories.