This is just one product that our kid's livelihood training have been making lately in Tan-awan with bamboo. In addition to a set of bamboo mug and coconut plates
that were initiated by @flabbergast-art in Bayawan City a couple of months back.
All parts made of bamboo, a woven kit/bag might just be thrown in the mix to contain them. These are being produced now, with price unknown as yet. But in the making are bamboo furnitures for a bamboo restaurant that is being built at the moment in Kabankalan City. These bambu kobyiertos might just be included in the deal.
Some of the crafts shown in the last school fair that @walkofhope attended:
An American Indian flute, you fancy this @eaglespirit?
A mobile phone charger station.
Am throwing in some images by Romel Gierza, taken from his facebook wall, with @flabbergast-art.
As @flabbergast-art is on holiday in Vigan City from this week till next month, @walkofhope's posts will be 100% power-up on my account till we can brainstorm on what other options do we have to raise funds.
The ongoing livelihood training in Tan-awan will have to maximise our last fund, with our collaboration with the Mountain Dreamers-PH fundraising efforts and their local government involvement.
Till our next update! Cheers!