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International Women&
International Women&
International Women&

International Women's Day Bookmark

Regular price $5.00


International Women's Day provides a unique occasion for individuals and corporations to go beyond symbolic gestures and actively contribute to the well-being of women worldwide. 

This year, we’ve partnered with Factotum Communications to offer specially designed bookmarks with all proceeds supporting women in Cambodia to empower their self-determination, build their own business and achieve financial independence. 

DIGITAL DELIVERY - If you choose the digital option we will send you digital certificates via email for you to distribute to recipients of your choice.

Study Materials 

For $5, you can equip a sewing student with essential study materials. This opportunity empowers a woman to learn a trade and generate income.

Life Skills Workshop

For $10, you can support the enrolment of a woman in a life skills workshop. This donation provides a woman with resources to manage her budget and address issues like domestic violence. 

Menstrual Kit

For $20 you can provide a menstrual kit and a workshop participation for a young woman. This initiative equips a young woman with a menstrual kit, while providing education on infection prevention.

The IWD Bookmark initiative perfectly complements our daily efforts of promoting and selling the skilful creations of Cambodian seamstresses. Rather than a one-time cash donation, the funds raised will fuel more women entrepreneurs, fostering their lasting financial safety.

Why choose us?

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.