These byTavi Handbags Help Stop Human Trafficking in Cambodia

By: Erin Fox - Published: Jan 26, 2013 • References: bytavi & roozt
These byTavi handbags are initiating a movement to educate women about the dangers surrounding human trafficking in Cambodia. The people from byTavi teach impoverished women how to sew and produced vibrant handwoven totes. By giving the women of the community valuable skills and paying jobs, this socially conscious business is working to empower the female gender through vocational work.

The handbags come in a magnitude of sizes, shapes and colors for any person interested in making a change. These byTavi handbags are created through the Center for Global Impact which was founded in 2009 by Chris Alexander. By empowering, educating and equipping the poor, one can give back to the women of Cambodia through these truly chic totes.

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