Du'Anyam: Empowering rural women to work independently and learn financial planning skills

Handicrafts sold to hotels and corporate clients ©Du'Anyam

Du’Anyam had to cancel bulk orders to survive the Covid-19 downturn, pivoting to B2C online sales, until the tourism and hospitality sectors recover

Founded by three young women in 2014, Du’Anyam has helped hundreds of local women in rural communities to earn extra income by selling woven goods to some of the world’s most luxurious hotels like The Oberoi and the Marriott Vacation Club. Other corporate clients include Toyota and DBS, with the bank’s DBS Foundation also an investor in the company, together with the US NorthStar Foundation.The Jakarta-based social enterprise quickly rose to fame as the official handicraft merchandiser for the Asian Games 2018 held in Indonesia. However, the Covid-19 pandemic almost destroyed Du’Anyam’s fledgl...
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