This short film shows how the indigenous community of Pgaz K’Nyau in northern Thailand have created a thriving social enterprise. The brand they have created around their products is not only used to sell their products, but is also an opportunity for them to show how they look after their forest and coexist with the bees.
The social enterprise is also inspiring young people from the community to stay in their local area. Instead of leaving, they are working to create and develop projects that tell the stories of the people who live and work with nature in their village.
- Forest Peoples Programme
- Tropical forests
- Incentives and finance
- Knowledge, culture and spirituality
- This case study forms part of the LBO’s digital storytelling project of 2021-2022