The most important thing for us is not to sell goods, but to teach people how to make a quality product and to share the history of their culture with the whole world.
Safe Nations' initiative group
We are convinced that a product created by human hands carries cultural value and the soul of the person who created it.
At a time of great change and upheaval, it is high time we joined forces and helped. Craftsmanship must continue its life and its perfection.
We will not let machines replace human labour and that creative state of mind that can move the world towards development and prosperity.

Machines must help realise the most ambitious projects created by man!
We invite the world to touch the ancient values of the soul and culture of Asia
  • Nepal
    High quality products made from 100% Pashmina
  • India
    Products made from high quality genuine leather
  • Bangladesh
    Muslin products, wide range of fabrics, bespoke tailoring
  • Philippines
    High quality organic products
  • Israel
    Health and beauty products
  • Partner countries
    We work with SN partner manufacturers and factories in more developed countries
Leather goods
Each pair of shoes is unique and unrepeatable as they handmade. We make shoes of any design and complexity of workmanship. For future partners interested in making shoes in India - we prepare a test pair with all the individual characteristics, so that the client can feel all the charm and quality of shoes before the start of cooperation. We are also ready to discuss a special format of cooperation to create your brand and exclusive models.
Other leather goods categories
In addition to footwear, we offer bespoke fabrication of all assortments and accessories in genuine leather
  • Jackets
  • Wallets
  • Bags
  • Belts
Research and innovation
We try to follow the real needs of the consumer rather than the latest trends on the market. We combine only the best and most valuable - a combination of quality materials of our products creating comfort and durability for our customers.

Today we are developing special footwear models adapted to cold climate, elegant casual models and casual boots with real Himalayan down inside. We will soon be proud to present these collections to the public.
Goat down products (Pashmina)
The production of Pashmina products has been taking shape for centuries. It is a true art and cultural heritage. We offer you not just a product, but its unique history and the spirit of Nepal's Himalayan mountains, the roof of the world.

We strive to make a positive impact on Nepal's economy and society by using highly valued skills and traditional methods of production.

The certification of our products is in high demand and used by the world's leading fashion and interior design houses. We create a wide range of high quality products, specially designed to the individual needs of our customers.
Nepalese Cashmere (Pashmina) is globally recognised as the finest pashmina. It is the world's most revered luxury fibre, sourced from the native Himalayan mountain goat (capra hircus laniger) in Nepal. The goats are raised high up in the isolated Himalayas, over three thousand metres above sea level.

The ultra-soft pashmina made from the inner wool of Nepalese goats holds a romantic and unique position in the luxury goods industry. For centuries it has been popular among royal and noble dynasties as a fabric for the finest and most prestigious garments. Hand-spun, woven or knitted from a variety of fabrics, this traditional material continues to find new uses, winning the loyalty of new generations of discerning customers.

The Nepal Pashmina Industries Association (NPIA) is an autonomous, non-governmental, non-profit organisation and a representative body where all Nepali entrepreneurs involved in Kashmir come together for the sustainable development of the entire industry. Founded in 2000, the association has since been active in representing various governmental and non-governmental organisations.
Where else can one get such joy as sunrise over the Himalayas, when the blue is more intense than sapphires, when glaciers from far, far away sparkle like incomparable gems.
Nicolas Rerikh/ artist-philosopher
Pashmina production
The rarest pashmina in the world, it takes around 15 days and three goats' fibres to produce one shawl.

The fibres are so delicate that they are spun mostly by hand.
  • Goats
    Pashmina is harvested when goats shed their warm winter wool in spring. The fibres are gathered from the fine, soft inner wool on their underbelly.
  • People
    The locals then carefully comb the fibres to separate the pashmina from the thicker, coarser layer of wool that lies over it.
  • Products
    Pashmina in Nepal, produced from the undercoat of Himalayan goats, is so delicate (less than 17 microns in diameter) that it requires highly skilled craftsmen to spin the highest quality yarn.
Designed and made in Nepal, Pashmina scarves and shawls come in a significant variety of styles and finishes - many are uniquely hand-finished and all contain a large proportion of fine pashmina fibre. Scarves and shawls can be worn both around the neck and around the waist - they are both stylish and classic accessories for men and women, which can be worn for both formal and casual occasions.
Soft, warm and luxurious pashmina yarns are used to knit various garments such as cardigans and jumpers. We create premium knitwear that is unique in character - designed, handcrafted and hand-finished in Nepal. Our designs reflect contemporary tastes and many are influenced by traditional culture and crafts unique to Nepal.
Pashmina is a natural insulator that keeps you warm in winter and easy to wear in summer. Blankets and plaids are woven with special attention to quality. They become treasures that last for years, becoming softer and more beautiful with each use.
Main production processes
The production process is meticulous, requiring a series of labour-intensive steps to achieve artistic and precise results.
Hand weaving
We use hand weaving, the oldest method of making long fabrics, which allows us to weave finer fibres.

This method requires no electricity and allows us to keep artisans busy amongst the locals in Nepal.
Weaving on looms
For larger orders, we keep the loom running. One manager operates four looms, each of which is 5 times faster than a manual loom.

The result is higher productivity and standardised fabric quality, textures and patterns.
Manual colouring
Our dyeing specialists ensure the quality of cashmere fibre dyeing to match the colour and uniformity of the shades.

These talented professionals are able to create unusual effects including tinted colours, tie-dye effects, shibori stitch effects, claw and ikat dyeing.
Screen printing
In our patterning technique, the dye paste is squeezed through a patterned nylon mesh, transferring the pattern to the fabric.

A variety of options are available to choose from such as classic stripes and animal skin patterns. All our printed fabrics are treated with steam and soap to enhance colourfastness and vibrancy.
Manual knitting
Nepali cashmere makers also make products and accessories on hand knitting looms - jumpers, scarves, gloves, cushions and more.

This skilful craft is mainly hand-knitted by women knitters. Each set of accessories is carefully coordinated to meet strict fashion standards.
The pieces can be made from 100% pure cashmere, 70% cashmere blended with 30% silk, 50% cashmere blended with 50% silk, or 50% cashmere blended with 50% ultra-fine wool.
Bespoke tailoring
We also make garments for children, winter pashmina coats and all kinds of accessories. Please contact us and we will help you find the right product category for you.
Living Cosmetics

Most Israeli cosmetics manufacturers advocate a scientific approach to the development of their products. The use of the latest technology, combined with rigorous quality control enshrined in national legislation, makes this product a global market leader.


The advantage of Israeli cosmetics is that they are made using salts and minerals from the Dead Sea, whose healing properties are unquestionable and have long been widely publicised. Having the opportunity to set up the production process in close proximity to the planet's main mineral storehouse, Israeli brands have gained a significant advantage in the race for quality in the final product.

This advantageous location not only saves transportation costs, but also makes it possible to preserve the healing properties of the natural ingredients, which lose their potency when stored for long periods of time.

The Formula
Years of research into genetics and skin types, gender dependencies and hormonal structures have made it possible to identify a unique formula for all kinds of skin diversity.

In addition, our brand's collaboration with the best cosmetics manufacturers in Israel helps our team bring to life the most ambitious projects ready to improve the quality of life for all of us.

For more information and questions, please contact our representative.
The garment industry in Bangladesh is huge and is the number one business in the country. Bangladesh is the second largest clothing manufacturing country in the world, second only to China. H&M, Target and Marks and Spencer are some of the global brands that have contracts for clothing production with factories in Bangladesh.
Main products
Textile and garment exports are the main source of income for Bangladeshis
  • Fabric
  • Knitted products
  • Clothing for children
  • Cotton shirts
  • T-Shirts
  • Jackets and blazers
  • Coats
  • Underwear
In Bangladesh we work closely with factories and non-profit organisations to help develop the region and its people by sharing culture and technology.

If you have an interest in the region, we are more than happy to advise and guide you.
Products made from organic materials
The Philippines enjoys a tropical climate and a variety of products made from organic materials, such as rubber trees.
  • Wicker furniture and decor elements
  • Organic clothing and footwear
  • Pearls / organic accessories
  • Organic cosmetics
Goldman Sachs believes the Philippine economy will be the 20th largest in the world by 2050. HSBC believes that by 2050, the Philippines will be the 16th largest economy in the world, the 5th largest in Asia and the 1st largest in Southeast Asia in terms of economic development. The Philippines is a member of the World Bank, International Monetary Fund, World Trade Organisation (WTO) and Asian Development Bank
Other shores of our commonwealth
All our staff, volunteers and partners are time-tested and official members of the international Safe Nations alliance. Every year we expand the list of partner countries and new opportunities for cooperation with countries in Asia and the Middle East.
Supported by
  • Safe Nations Alliance

    Great things are done by a series of small things brought together

  • Safe Nations Initiative Team
    Initiative team of Safe Nations honours order and integrity, preserves cultural values and traditions and shares knowledge to promote intelligence and prosperity for humanity.
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