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The ladies

30 Penan families live in Miri. The women have been working hard to produce very high quality  baskets decorated using traditional indigenous Penan patterns. The weavers receive a fair-trade salary and profit from the sales allow us to fund some much needed projects.

The ladies weaver of Penan bags Europe

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Gim

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Ollau

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Sian

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Nelly

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Leng

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Long

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Bibi

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Kirim

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Bawang

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Kupa

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Wap

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Oma

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Umong

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Mok

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Jane

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Maria

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Sugung

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Irina

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Lidan

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Ujung

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Ullen

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Iring

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Lare

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Rina

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Molly

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Ubong

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Dayang

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Solan

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Ngau, Gim's husband, a very talented weaver

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Uyang