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Our Scrunchies are the perfect pick-me-up for any hairdo! With pretty coloured cotton fabric and affordable prices, these Cambodian accessories offer glam that won't break the bank. They're great for topping off any gift-giving occasion - say goodbye to bad hair days and hello to style!

  • Made from colourful fabric offcuts
  • Make stylish accessories for any outfit


Sampheas stopped studying in grade nine to look after her younger siblings. She married at 20, but after having two children, had to face reality as a single mother after her husband left the family. Sampheas went on to work as a housekeeper and construction worker, both jobs being physically exhausting, and neither paying well enough to support her children. 

Sampheas’ aunty and parents encouraged her to join HHA Cambodia's sewing program, and Sampheas set herself a goal of opening her own sewing shop so she could look after her children whilst earning an income. 

Sampheas thrived in class, and was hired to work as a seamstress to make our products. She earns triple what she was previously earning, and has also set up a small sewing shop at her home. Sampheas also studies in the education program at HHA Cambodia, learning English.


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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.