Aranya Crafts manufactures designer eco-friendly accessories using natural dyes and fibres, textiles and biodegradable materials designed by over 2,000 artisans across Bangladesh. Our products embody a philosophy that is deeply rooted in natural aesthetics and responsible living, and recapture traditional craft and natural dyes made from leaves, flowers, and trees. Our aim is to develop and source authentic and original crafts and designs from all over the country, making them available to the urban conscious disciple.

Founded in 1990 by researcher, social activist and crafts expert Ruby Ghuznavi, Aranya has since grown to become a well-established fair-trade organisation and a member of WFTO. 

Aranya Crafts is dedicated to establishing sustainability for both the commercial viability of eco-friendly accessories and products as well as the creation of new opportunities for artisans and economically disadvantaged women. Our vision is to establish a sustainable fashion value chain where people, planet and profit are measured equally.

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ecomConnect for SheTrades Commonwealth

The programme aims to increase the participation of women-owned businesses in trade in order to increase economic growth and job creation in Commonwealth countries. The International Trade Centre's ecomConnect team has coached small businesses, ranging from the information technology (IT) and tourism sectors to online retailers, to improve their websites, social media accounts and overall visibility on search engines.