30 Oct '17, 9am

Malia Designs Fights Human Trafficking One Handbag at a Time

Malia Designs Fights Human Trafficking One Handbag at a Time

Deeply impacted by the human trafficking she witnessed while in Cambodia, eradicating the ravages of this multibillion dollar industry became the heartbeat of their business. “We formed Malia with the belief that one way to counteract this global issue is to increase access to economic opportunity in the most affected areas,” Valerio says. Although Opdycke has moved on from Malia Designs, Valerio credits the current co-owner and marketing director, Lucia Ruth, for continuing to keep the dream alive.

Full article: http://ecosalon.com/carry-the-cause-and-fight-human-traff...

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