Gyalpa UG


Falkstr. 7
60487 Frankfurt am Main

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Gyalpa stands for fair business

We buy handmade products directly from the people who make them.  Currently, we are working with Syrian refugee women, to bring their beautiful original handmade products to you.
Our goal is to empower these women by giving them a fair marketplace to sell their products. In paying fair prices for their products, we hope to pave their way towards a life of financial independence.
Gyalpa is a for-profit organisation, with social responsibility.  All profits are distributed directly to carefully selected Non-Government Organisations (NGOs), producers in war-torn countries, or to refugee-camps in Turkey, Jordan or Lebanon.
We started Gyalpa because we believe that hard work can provide a better future. But we also know that, it is far too dangerous for producers in some countries to sell their products locally. Gyalpa’s goal is to give them access to western markets, enabling them to support their families, without threats to their personal security.  We work closely with our producers to create products we know are sellable. That way, we can order large volumes, providing them with even more financial security. Today Syria, tomorrow, the world.
We work as cost-efficiently as possible. Most of our German employees are volunteers.
You can be sure, in buying products from Gyalpa, you are making a difference to someone who needs it, and you are buying something uniquely handmade.

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