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Organic, Fair Trade essential oil products from Zambia. Check out their Zambeezi lipbalm, it's our favorite!
Sambah does school fundraising projects with schools in Colorado and around the country. Dsenyo handbags are included in the Sambah catalog where 50% of sales are donated back to the school or to a community develoment project in Zambia. Contact Sambah to set up a fundraiser for your school!
At the MicroLoan Foundation, we give some of the poorest women in Africa the opportunity to work their way out of poverty for good. We give a hand-up, not a hand-out. Your donations help us give small loans and essential business training to help empower women to start their own businesses, enabling them to feed their families everyday.
Mayamiko is working to help people lift themselves out of poverty and end injustice. We watch, we listen, we learn, we act. Through skills training, education, nutrition, sanitation and fairer trade practices. Mayamiko works to support creative talents and turn them into sustainable activities
Thank you to pARTiculars artists who generously donated clothing and soccer equipment for Dsenyo supported community projects!
Handcrafted Contemporary & Ethnic Jewelry using Modern & Antique Treasures by Boulder artist, Emily Miller. Thank you for featuring Dsenyo in your newsletter!
Thank you to UPM staff for generously donating soccer equipment and laptops for our friends in Malawi.
Thank you to EBCA artists who donated laptops and clothing for schools and the Northern Region Women's Soccer League in Malawi.
Africa Bags is a non-profit working in Northern Malawi making hand-made cloth shopping bags. All proceeds are returned to Malawi.
Thank you to the BHS Athletic Department which donated two full sets of girls jerseys and soccer shorts for teams in the Malawi Northern Region Women's Soccer League.