ishka was opened in 1971. It offers you the world's most beautiful handcrafted clothing, jewellery, furniture, household items and gifts for international selection. They invite you to make changes and choose their ethical trading products. Spending money in ishka was can help develop villagers in the community. Although it is a profitable organization and has not officially contacted any charitable organization, they are convinced of the benefits of the country handicraft trade, where an average of $100 in sales allows the manufacturer to work for three days. In the past few decades, a large number of consumers, including refugees and minorities, have achieved material success. This allows them to improve their living conditions, education and the health of their children.