How Buying 5 Accessories Can Help 5 Women
Everything has a supply chain, and every supply chain has real people behind it. If the price tag of an item is too low, there’s a high chance someone along the way wasn’t paid or treated fairly. 31 Bits
Akola employs women in Uganda and Dallas
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Their products are made by women in Uganda and Bali, Indonesia
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3. Same Sky
Same Sky employs women in Rwanda and the U.S.
You can also donate directly to the Same Sky Foundation
4. Krochet Kids
With each purchase, they introduce you to the woman who made your product. They have employees in Gulu, Uganda and Lima, Peru.
Here you can search for the woman who made your product and learn more about her.
Sseko hires women in Uganda headed to college and enables them to earn money for their education
Have you bought ethical accessories before? What brand(s) will you shop? Will you give a gift to a friend?
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& remember to allow your authentic self to empower the women around you