Amidst the verdant agricultural landscape of Sto. Domingo, Albay, Sto. Domingo Handicraft is painting a brighter future for both the environment and the local community.
Sto. Domingo Handicraft has introduced a creative and eco-friendly solution. It has set its sights on transforming agricultural waste materials into exquisite works of art, unique picture frames, and charming decorative boxes. By upcycling agri-waste such as banana peels and grasses, and crafting frames from the malasaging tree, this enterprise is changing the way we think about waste and art.
At the core of its operation lies the malasaging tree, a sustainable source for crafting sturdy frames. This tree is carefully chosen for its durability and aesthetic appeal. By using malasaging wood, Sto. Domingo Handicraft ensures that every piece not only safeguards the environment but also pays homage to the rich cultural heritage of Albay.
What sets Sto. Domingo Handicraft apart is its unwavering commitment to social responsibility. The business actively engages and provides employment opportunities for unemployed mothers, fisherfolk, and evacuees, offering them a chance for economic sustainability and personal development.
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