CORR The Jute Works/CJWBD
Artisan Organization:CORR The Jute Works/CJWBD
CORR The Jute Works, a women’s nonprofit and handicraft exporter, has manufactured and exported handmade products for the last 40 years. The company aims to ensure ‘Trade — not aid’ through its work by supporting mostly female workers with access to a fair wage, healthcare, education, and alleviation from exploitation and domestic abuse. CJW, a member of the world Fair Trade Organization, works with more than 4000 artisans through 162 producer groups in Dhaka, Bangladesh. They export handicrafts to the international market in favour of poor and grassroots female artisans so to help them lead their life with dignity. With its in-house design department, CJW develops its own products on a seasonal basis and is also experienced in the development and execution of custom-made designs, like your new Llama Planter, made exclusively for GlobeIn! Though traditionally there has been a strong emphasis on the use of jute, CJW also uses other materials such as silk, sea grass, bamboo, cane and recycled materials. Your new planter is an example of this, made from white washed terracotta. "