These colorful handwoven baskets from Rwanda are stunning hung on a wall, styled on a shelf, or used to store fruit on your kitchen table. Each piece is crafted by artisans who earn a fair living wage.
Kazi Goods works to alleviate poverty and preserve traditional craftsmanship in rural Africa through the creation of sustainable handmade production jobs with fair wages. They currently employ over 3,000 artisans in sub-saharan Africa.
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