Keep the weaving dry. Do not store it in humid conditions to prevent the product from changing color. If the product is exposed to water, clean it using a soft cloth and dry it in the sun, until it is dry. Don’t fill with items that are heavy or too full that can change the shape of the webbing. Keep away from sources of ignition or heat for long periods of time.
The idea of livelihood for women weavers in rural villages can be entirely different from what most of modern society perceives. For them, it’s about securing truly even basic necessities of life.
From essential needs such as clean water, solar lamps at homes to access to books, scholarships, financial savings and improved nutrition – are all part of Du Anyam’s Community Development program to improve the livelihood of our rural communities in Indonesia.