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CAA Holiday Gift Guide 2010

We compiled a list of great gift ideas to give this holiday season. Check out these Cambodian treasures!

Moved far away from home and miss your mom’s home cooking? Buy a box of Cambodian sausages from Katiya. Store them in your freezer until you are ready to eat. Fry it and enjoy! You can also purchase more Cambodian dishes at Khatiya-Korner online store


Thinking about giving a beverage as a gift? Forget the bottle of wine and Hen… Give Sakiri Vodka! An exotic, French liquor concocted with a secret Cambodian ingredient. A family’s secret recipe from over 100 years old! Only a limited quantity has been released for 2010, however much more will be available in 2011. Order your collectors bottle today at

Sakiri Vodka

Give a handbag from Buy Her Bag Not her Body from Nomi Network. This everyday tote bag is made in Cambodia with recycled rice bag material by at-risk women and survivors of sexual exploitation, providing them with fair, sustainable employment opportunities. 100% of the profit is reinvested into training and career development programs for these women.

Buy Her Bag Not Her Body

Bundle up in a Good Krama hoodie generated from Cambodian textiles handcrafted from rural villages. By supporting Good Krama, you are helping sustain communities and programs which depend on outside assistance. A percentage of all annual proceeds are donated to NGO Tiny Toones. To buy email: [email protected]

Good Krama

Or a multi- functional scarf from Krama. Available in a variety of colors.

Good Krama Scarf

Give a pendant which symbolizes an unwavering commitment to ending human trafficking. Purchase your empowerment pendant from Somaly Mam’s Empowerment Store.

Empowerment Pin

Give a book filled with Cambodian history, emotions, survival and triumph. Stay Alive My Son is a touching story about one man’s personal account escaping the Khmer Rouge in the 1970′s where he had to leave his only surviving son behind.

Stay Alive My Son

Give a piece of Khmer artwork from Emmanuelle Nhean.
Visit her online store Nhean Khmer Art.

Nhean Khmer Art

Originally Posted by Sophia S.

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