Ajiri's Kenyan Black Tea is grown in the green, fertile Kisii Hills of western Kenya. Their goal is to create employment for women in western Kenya. Ajiri means "to employ" in Swahili. Each unique label is handmade using dried banana leaves. All profits from sales of Ajiri Tea are donated to the Ajiri Foundation to pay school fees for orphans in western Kenya.
Wolof women in Senegal weave this colorful storage container by binding cattail stalks with colorful strips of plastic purchased as salvaged end cuts at a mat factory in Dakar. The result is a useful piece of handcrafted decorative art that brings together natural materials, traditional weaving methods and modern recycled materials in a fun and whimsical way.
Fine sari material finds new life in the creation of this flower from artisan group Hajiganj. Crafted with bendable wire, this flower is easily wrapped or maneuvered into the shape of your choosing. Because each piece of fabric comes from a real recycled sari, no two flowers are entirely alike. Handcrafted in Bangladesh
Ajiri Tea (Teabags)
Askinosie 72% Mababu, Tanzania Dark Chocolate Bar
Project Hope Elephant
HoneyGramz Honey Bear (2oz)
Recycled Sari Flower
Senegal Lidded Storage Box Basket (11"D x 5"T)
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