We envision artisans and producers in developing countries free from exploitative and abusive trade practices, become economically independent and are paid fairly for their work. We envision women and men who can sustain themselves and their families and are able to support their children’s education, health and welfare through a sustainable livelihood. We want to see local producers and artisans leading their communities and becoming sustainable in the long run.
Being born deaf, Ganzorig grew up knowing his limits. But when he found a new faith in God, he discovered his passion and skills in making handicrafts and wants to help underprivileged Mongolians like him find a better future.