A socially responsible business specializing in handcrafted jewellery made by skilled artisans who are deaf & mute, or survivors of human trafficking.


To purchase your own ethical jewelry from kaasya,
contact : https://www.facebook.com/kaasyanepal/ 

Sponsor a child’s education today and ensure quality education and care in Dolphin Magic School, Pharping”.

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Specialized Diabetic shoe ?to reduce ulceration and research capacity building in Nepal.

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