Our Ugandan artisans have mastered the art of creating handmade goods with locally-sourced materials. Some of these products include jewelry made with locally-sourced clay, household and decorative items made with recycled cow horn, and notebooks made with barkcloth and recycled banana leaf.

All of these products can be customized based on your design preferences. Branded customization is flexible and can include a logo or text on the inside covers of notebooks, or engravings on cow horn products.


After the Rwandan genocide in 1994, the country’s basket weaving tradition took on a new meaning. Artisan groups came together and were made up of many women who were widowed during the genocide and became the sole providers for their families. Today, Rwanda has an extensive network of artisan cooperatives. Their exquisite woven baskets come in all shapes, sizes, colors, and designs and share a beautiful story of healing. Customization options are endless and can be specifically tailored to your company’s needs.

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Peruvian culture is rich with design. The country is known for having the largest Alpaca population in the world. High-quality textiles and woven goods are a staple in Peru and can be sourced to your specific design needs. Our artisan groups are located in the rural mountain villages outside Cajamarca. By combining their native skills with western design trends, we’re able to create uniquely beautiful products that give back. Whether it’s alpaca blankets for holiday gifts, or wool pillows customized with your logo, we can design it for you.