For women in Northern Cambodia, the choices are few, and stark. One bold social entrepreneur aims to offer them something more.
A Cambodian refugee comes home, and helps village women learn to weave shimmering silk scarves and independent lives.
For “Dubitus”, a new magazine about travel and global issues, I wrote an article about Cambodia: “Weaving Lives of Silk and Freedom.”
The Face (and Fashion) of Social Enterprise—Weaving Better Lives in Rural Cambodia
Every day is “Take Your Kids to Work Day” at the Stung Treng Women’s Development Center.
A young chef prepares lunch for silk weavers at the Stung Treng Women’s Development Center.
Her job is to help young women in a remote village gain control over their own bodies and lives. My job is to help tell her incredible story—in the form of a memoir.