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SPEED Trust (Slum People Education & Economic Development), is a non-profit organization based in Chennai, India. The organization supports, socio-economically deprived women from the urban slum areas of Chennai. SPEED Trust partnered with Baladarshan, a fair trade network of organizations which supports various women craft producers, organizations and cooperatives working towards creating better livelihood opportunities, self-sustainability and a platform for their products.

Recycled Billboard Messenger Bag  
Price: $ 22.00
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These recycled billboard bags are the best way to advertise "Eco-Friendly"! Our messenger bags are made from discarded/ rejected billboards and are lined with 100% cotton fabrics. Make a statement with this eco-chic bag at a picnic, day trip or just a routine day at school.

These unique bags are handmade by women artisans trained at SPEED Trust, Chennai, India. SPEED Trust works with women from the urban slums of the city. These women work from the organizations production center, apart from the products being sold through the SPEED Trust shop, these fair trade bags are exported to several countries.

  • Measure 13-1/2” high x 16-1/2” wide x 3” deep
  • 1 inner velcro pocket
  • 19" drop
  • No one bag is alike, please mention if you have specific color requirements

Handmade in India and fair trade imported.

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