Textile traditions are fiercely guarded by the artisans of Tanoti as they commit to practising indigenous techniques the purist way, producing fabrics in the same methods as was handed down from generation to generation.
Since 2012, Tanoti has been pursuing heritage craft preservation, women empowerment and rural community building. Operating from its base in Sarawak, Malaysia, this Malaysian-accredited social enterprise engages with indigenous artisans across 25 village settlements and representing 7 of the 30 ethnic groups of the land.
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Tanoti works with 500 indigenous artisans in Sarawak to create their textiles.