Long term relationships with all touch points of our value chain ensure lasting impact. To date we have collaborated and trained with 278 artisans in Rwanda.

Our Artisans Wrok

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Sewing - the craft of stitching two items together using needle and thread

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Basket weaving - an intricate process of weaving plain sissal and grass together and then stiching them together to make a basket. Each visible thread is hand stitched.

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Hand embroidery - hand craft of decorating fabric using thread or yarn.

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Beading - beads are used decorate fabric. We also use them to decorate our "Ibyansi" and our "igicuma"

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Imigongo - a popular traditional art craft in Rwanda. It is produced by putting cow dung on a wooden boards and making geomotric shapes or spirals. After the dung has dried and harden, it is then painted. Traditional colors are white, black, grey, and red.