1. They're handmade in a woman-owned factory and each one takes 3 days to make.
We work with Boumi, the only woman-owned factory in Kabul, Afghanistan and are proud to support these amazing people.
"Our goal is to build a successful business while creating much needed sustainable employment opportunities for Afghan women and men. Additionally, Boumi’s objective is to encourage manufacturing of Afghan-made products with raw materials produced locally in Afghanistan." –Hassina Sherjan, Boumi Founder
Learn more about their incredible story here.
2. You can wear it as a skirt, dress, wrap or use it as an impromptu beach blanket.
Want to discover more ways to tie your sarong? Check out these 4 other options.
3. When you buy one you put an Afghan girl in secondary school for 1 day.
So far in 2016, we've been able to put 103 girls in school for a year. Learn more about the work of Aid Afghanistan for Education here.