Face masks made with love in Bangladesh.
These beautiful limited-edition, handmade face masks have been made with love by tailors that The Hunger Project Bangladesh has worked closely with for years. With your purchase, you are enabling the employment of Bangladeshi women so that they can earn an income and support their families during this challenging time.
Your support is directly impacting the lives of the group of women who made these masks including, Mahfuza Rimi and Munira Begum. You can read their stories below.
About the masks.
Our masks are made from fabrics featuring bright and beautiful prints from Bangladesh. Each mask is a lucky dip and may be different from those pictured here! There is no option to select specific prints. Rest assured they are all equally fabulous and unique.
All items will be delivered via Australia Post. Because of temporary delays to parcels, we can’t provide delivery estimates right now sorry. Any marks bought on or after December 21, 2020 will not be posted until January 11, 2021 due to our Christmas shut down period.
- Our 3-layer masks are handmade using 100% cotton.
- Shipping is Australia-wide only.
- For personal use only.
- All masks are shipped in waterproof black carry pouches.
Due to hygiene reasons, there are no returns or exchanges on our masks.
Each mask is $16.50 (including GST) + postage.
100% of proceeds go to The Hunger Project’s work.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet the women behind the masks.
Mahfuza is the sole breadwinner in her house, caring solo for her two teenage children since her recent divorce after 21 years. Just 2 years ago she took the brave step of opening up a small shop and offering her services as a tailor, a craft she’s been dedicated to for 15 years. Being from a remote village, running her own business in the city was a steep learning curve, and despite earning some income through it, it’s never enough to cover her family and business expenses. Now with the pandemic, orders have completely dried up, putting pressure on her and her employees who also depend on the shop for their livelihoods. She believes through this partnership with THP Australia and accessing a new customer base for her work, she will be able to earn what she needs to look after her family!
Munira has been married to her husband for 30 years. Together, they have two children. Munira’s husband has been sick for many years and is unable to work, so she is the sole breadwinner for her family. The whole family depends on the income that Munira earns as a tailor. The pandemic has made it more difficult than ever before for Munira to earn an income as tailoring orders come to a near standstill. This partnership means that Munira can continue to run her business, earn an income and support her family.