Peru Textiles and Clothing
Gifts of Love
Child Sponsorship and other gifts that help
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On this site is a selection of many beautiful Fair Trade, Green Eco gifts, all made in Africa.
Art Work: Ink, Oil, Batik; Wood carving, masks, wooden animals, figures; Stone carving, figurines, dishes, trinket boxes; tribal weapons, spears, knives, rungu; Jewelry, maasai beaded bracelets, necklaces, earrings; Maasai blankets, Kanga, Kikoy; Bags, sisal, baobab; and more.
DONATION TO HELP CHILDREN
Wanga donated these batiks to our work with children especially those orphaned by HIV/AIDS. Lawrence is a wonderful, kind, unassuming young father. He loves his work and loves his family. He produces these beautiful batik in a very small workshop.
His generosity is deeply appreciated.
Lawrence told us that because of Aina Moja, there were Americans at the market in Nairobi asking for Wanga. The only problem was that everyone then became Wanga! He would like to meet you and take you to his workshop for FREE. Buy if you like but no obligation. He means that too.
Email him directly at firstname.lastname@example.org and he will arrange to meet you
GIFTS OF LOVE
||Aina Moja is offering you an opportunity to sponsor a child, or give to the some of the other projects of Expanding Opportunities. You can add a donation to your order, donate as if it were an order and even give a donation as a gift!
There will be shipping added in the cart but we will remove the shipping for the donation before charging your card.
Click Here to view the donation options
Aina Moja products are sold at art and craft fairs throughout the summer and fall.
Aina Moja, 1st African Clothing, KangaUSA and Peru Art and Crafts are part of the Artisan Support project of Expanding Opportunities
Proceeds from the Artisan Support Project support the non-profit organization, Expanding Opportunities, which has the greater mission of increasing self-sufficiency through educational and charitable projects for people nationally and internationally.
One of the organization's projects is a Street Children Project in Kenya, Africa. To learn more visit www.exop.org.
Aina Moja is Kiswahili for "one of a kind". Each item is uniquely hand-made by African artists and therefore, one of a kind. Actual item may vary slightly from product image.
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PLEASE NOTE: If there is something you would like but don't see it on our site, send an email to email@example.com with your request. We will be happy to try and get the item for you.