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An archipelago of more than 7,000 mountainous islands, the Philippines is the only predominantly Christian nation in Asia. The majority of Filipinos live on the 11 largest islands. The relaxed atmosphere is slipping away as urbanization creeps closer and the desire for better jobs draws people to the cities.
Filipinos, whose diet consists largely of fish and rice, speak any number of approximately 80 dialects. The economy has taken an upturn in recent years due to the success of the textile and electronics industries.
Salay Handmade Paper
Salay Handmade Paper produces and markets handmade paper and handcrafted using cogon grass, a weed that interferes with local farming, and...Their Story and Handcrafted Products
Filipinas Fair Trade Ventures
Filipinas Fair Trade Ventures seeks to gain market access for community-based enterprises in the Philippines, and to help sustain them until...Their Story and Handcrafted Products
Much in Little, Inc.
Much in Little, Inc., helps people with disabilities and small handicraft artisans market their products internationally. It fulfills ...Their Story and Handcrafted Products
SAFFY, Inc. stands for Social Action for Filipino Youth. SAFFY, Inc. markets handmade crafts for many small artisan workshops, and...Their Story and Handcrafted Products
Highland Women’s Multipurpose Co-op
Highland Women’s Multipurpose Co-op helps women artisans work together in groups, obtain government help in skills training, buy raw...Their Story and Handcrafted Products
Community Crafts Association
Community Crafts Association of the Philippines, popularly known as CCAP, is a social development nongovernmental organization committed to...Their Story and Handcrafted Products