Fits items such as a remote control, phone, pill box, glasses, iPad mini, Kindle, book and earphones
Fits comfortably between your bed frame and mattress and hangs over the side of your bed
Can also be used on a couch or chair
Perfect for keeping important items close by
W: 28cm H: 22cm (when slotted into the bed)
MADE BY SANGORB
Sangorb was removed from public school at the age eight to take care of her family’s cows. She went on to work one job after another, but as she was illiterate, none of them paid well.
Sangorb eventually got married and lived in a bamboo shack with her husband, struggling to survive from day to day.
Sangorb joined the sewing program at HHA Cambodia in 2015 and developed a love for sewing. She came top of her class and was hired to make our products at her home. Sangorb also developed a successful sewing business where she can sew and mend clothes for her neighbours.
In 2017, Sangorb and her husband built a new home for their family with her income from sewing and making our products. Her family has officially moved out of the poverty bracket.
Sreythom was born into a family of seven children. When she was in grade seven, Sreythom dropped out of school so she could take up a job as a cleaner, helping to support her family.
Sreythom got married in her early twenties, but was frequently unwell after giving birth to her children. She stayed at home and worked as a housewife, struggling to manage her health issues at the same time.
In 2017, the staff at HHA Cambodia found Sreythom when they were conducting outreach in her village, around 18km from Siem Reap town. As it turned out, Sreythom had always dreamed of studying sewing, but due to her financial constraints, had never been able to.
Sreythom’s talent shone through during the 12-month program, and she was hired to make our products once she graduated in 2017. Sreythom notes that she has become patient through learning the new skill, and is more confident to try new things. She says her husband is proud of the brave woman she has become.
Sreythom’s family has officially moved out of poverty thanks to the income she earns through sewing.