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Nepali handmade stool made by prisoners gets market in Australia


23 March 2019  

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SYDNEY: Handmade bamboo stools (mooda) made by inmates in Nepali prisons, can be now purchased in Australia.

Katha Private Limited has launched the bamboo stools in the Australian market, it was informed during a press conference organized by the company on Saturday.  At the press conference, Director of Katha Private Limited, Arun Dhakal said some 25 stools have been imported from Nepal in the first phase.

Also speaking Chairman of International Jhapali Society, Dinesh Pokharel remarked that the launch of Nepali products would help to create employment opportunities in Nepal.

The stools imported from Nepal have passed the quality checks by the Australian quarantine. The stools made from bamboo, used tires, plastics among others are of high quality, durable, attractive and environment-friendly, the company stated.

The stools available in three sizes can be purchased from the website of Katha and the Minto-based Namaste Minto Grocery.

The company stated it plans to promote and expands Nepali products in Australia through collaborations with different restaurants and cafes.

 

 

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