Kazi

 

"Fair trade isn't a movement. It's a call to action for each and every one of us to live responsible lifestyles, ensuring we're caring for those down the line whom many of our everyday choices affect." - Alicia Wallace, Kazi COO

  • Kazi Goods works with thousands women weavers in Rwanda who handcraft intricate and colorful baskets using traditional weaving techniques.
  • Baskets are made from natural materials such as sturdy sweet grass and soft sisal fibers.
  • The Kazi business model reaches artisans in rural villages and provides weavers with job training and fair wages to create dignified work and sustainable income.
  • Their mission is to alleviate poverty in Africa by proving fair employment.
  • Kazi's artisan network employs 3200 weavers.

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