Bombolulu Workshops envisions “a Kenyan community where people with disabilities are economically and socially empowered, self-reliant, and fully integrated members of their communities.”
- Bombolulu Workshops was founded in 1969 as a branch of the Association for the Physically Disabled of Kenya Coast Branch.
- Bombolulu employs 113 artisans in Kenya who are blind or physically disabled and who would otherwise have virtually no chance of employment in the mainstream labor market.
- They manage a workshop near Mombasa, Kenya's second largest city.
- Artisans benefit from housing, medical aid, adult education, and other benefits.
- Member of the World Fair Trade Organization (WFTO), which verifies and monitors fair trade practices.
- We source Bombolulu jewelry through SERRV and Ten Thousand Villages, non-profit organizations that import Bombolulu jewelry to North America.
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