From eclectic artistic infusions to Majority World tech incubators, these social enterprises working in Sri Lanka show how global the social entrepreneurship field really is.
Here is a brief look at some of the amazing innovations featured here. ApiHappi is one of the organizations that is based in Sri Lanka. It offers stringy bags that have been created by women hand-loomers in the north. It attempts to concern itself with the many widows that have been struggling economically since the civil war ended a few years ago.
The Spicy Gourmet is an example of a social enterprise working in Sri Lanka that is based in the United States -- Santa Barbara, California, to be spexific. The founder, Dinesh Perera, was born in Sri Lanka and has brought his spicy blends to various markets.
From Eclectic Artistic Infusions to Emerging Tech Incubators
Heirloom Sri Lankan Rice
Rural Returns Creates Market Solutions to Poverty
Socially Conscious Crochet Duds
Support Women and Children with Special Needs Through Booteek.org
Hand-Loomed Stringy Bags
Social Business ApiHappi Creates an East-West Connection
Fair Trade Bulk Apparel
Epona Clothing Supplies Ethical Tees for Charities, Schools & Businesses
Organically Packaged Teas
Clipper Teas Creates a Herbal Product with Unbleached Tea Bags
Fairtrade Chic Drinks
Lemonaid Beverages and ChariTea Look Cool, Pay Farmers Fairly
Fair Trade Sri Lankan Toys
'Lanka Kade' is a Family-Run Social Enterprise for Kids
Social Sri Lankan Seasonings
The Spicy Gourmet Supports Small Farmers Through Fair Trade
Eclectic Artistic Infusions
Communitea Packaging Features Distinctive Doodles on Each Variety
Majority World Tech Incubators
D-Rev Designs Solution-Driven Products for Low-Income Customers