Baskets carry their own symbolism in Rwanda because friends give them to celebrate major life events such as weddings, births and graduations, baskets are proudly displayed as symbols of wealth of friends, family and life. Craftswomen in Rwanda use timeless tradition to weave carefully dyed raffia fibers and grass to make stunning one of a kind pieces rich in cultural meaning and purpose.They are perfect to be used as a bread serving bowl, display of fresh fruit or vegetables, or hung on the wall in a well crafted collage or set.
Our partner reaches deep into rural villages in the developing world and provides jobs that restore dignity and promote self sufficiency - they see it as the way forward for sustainable development in Africa. It's the best of business practices through market development, training, and teaching to producers in Africa; most important, they connect these producers to developed external markets.
Alleviating poverty across rural Africa isn’t just a dream. It’s a passion they live and think hard about. And it’s not complicated to understand how you are part of the solution. See for yourself.
THE AVERAGE KAZI ARTISAN HAS5.7 DEPENDENTS.WHEN YOU PURCHASE THEIR ARTISAN MADE GOODS YOU'RE HELPING TO SUPPORT MORE THAN21,0000 PEOPLE.
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