Aina Moja: African Crafts and Art

African Crafts and Art
Aina Moja: African Carvings, clothes, jewelry, weapons, instruments, accessories, Fair Trade and Green crafts and art
Featuring a selection of fine African crafts and art from Kenyan artists.
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Visual Art
  Banana Leaf
  Fabric Art


  Fabric Items

  Key Rings
  Hair Items
  Walking Sticks

Stone Carvings

Wood Carvings

Peru Art
  Peru Pottery
  Peru Baskets
  Peru Textiles and Clothing
  Fishing Flies
  Pet items
  Office Items
  Everything Else


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  Child Sponsorship and other gifts that help

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The Story of Aina Moja
Beverly Stone established Aina Moja in 1997 as a small business venture aimed at assisting artists in the country of Kenya, Africa. Beverly's interest in Kenya stems from her time spent teaching there as a volunteer for the Teachers for Africa Program. While teaching, she saw a great need for social, economic and educational opportunities for the people of Kenya. She felt that one way to advance the standard of living for people there was to sell their products abroad. Artists whose products are sold through Aina Moja receive fair market value for their goods. This enhances the awareness of their goods and products, increases their sales, and advances their standard of living.
Kenyan high students posing outside of their school.
A group of Kenyan students pose outside their school in Kenya, Africa.
In 1999, Beverly founded Expanding Opportunities as a non-profit organization with the greater mission of assisting all underprivileged people beginning in the country of Kenya, Africa. In January of 2000, Aina Moja was sold to Expanding Opportunities as a means of earning funds to assist in its mission. The profit that is earned from Aina Moja sales goes to Expanding Opportunities. The money is then used in the different programs of Expanding Opportunities, with a current focus on the Street Children Fund, Distance Learning Centers, and the STEMS project.
These three brothers are street children in Kericho, Kenya. They are being fed and clothed through Expanding Opportunities.
Street children of Kericho, Kenya who are receiving assistance from Expanding Opportunities.

Books for Kenya, A Project of Expanding Opportunities

US students packing text books for the Books for Kenya Project.

US school students pack text books for the Books for Kenya Project of Expanding Opportunities.
Kenyan students carrying the text books they received from the Books for Kenya Project.

Kenya students receive text books from the Books for Kenya Project of Expanding Opportunities.
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Shop: Aina Moja
39 Main Street   Belfast, Maine  04915

Shop: (207) 930-8012
Call hours: 10:00am - 5:00pm EST Tuesday - Saturday

Office: 84 Payson Road   Brooks, ME  04921   
Office:(207) 722-3708

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