Bamboo Straws in Pouch

Regular price $4.99

These Bamboo Straws are better for the environment and come in a convenient fabric pouch for on-the-go sipping. You'll feel good about this sustainable choice, and the fabric pouch will make sure your straws are perfectly stashed when you’re out and about! So why not give the planet (and your taste buds!) a treat and sip in style.

  • Pack of four bamboo straws
  • Reusable, biodegradable, BPA-free and sustainable
  • Comes in its own handmade fabric pouch with a drawstring
  • Perfect for throwing in your bag so you always have it with you

Cleaning: Each bamboo straw can be used roughly 100 times. They are dishwasher friendly or can be washed by hand. Cleaning in bulk is easily done by leaving the straws to soak in boiling water with a splash of vinegar for 5 to 10 minutes.


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.

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Ethically Made

These handmade products are made by women who have graduated from the sewing program at Human and Hope Association in Cambodia. This job enables them to earn an income at home, working at their own pace and taking care of their children at the same time. 

Proceeds Support Charity

Proceeds from your purchases support Human and Hope as we continue to empower communities to reduce inequality. We fund education, vocational training and community development programs run by local staff in rural Siem Reap, Cambodia.


Chomrong has not only lifted her family out of poverty, but also now teaches her vocational skills to other women. As a child she left school early to work in construction for a dollar a day. After marrying and having three children, Chomrong wanted to change her life. She studied in HHA Cambodia's sewing program; excelled and set up her own business. From this, Chomrong built a new home, sends her children to school, and inspires other women in her role as a sewing teacher with HHA Cambodia.