Our production center has been a driving force in combating the devastating effects of poverty and HIV/AIDS pandemic by offering economic opportunities to women in the community. Local and global markets present high demand for good quality, hand-made products and represent the very entities that keep our production center thriving and sustainable. Women who once faced a hopeless future suddenly find a renewed sense of hope and self-worth as their God given talents can flourish and generate sustainable income.
All of our products are customized and made out of the finest local materials.
We buy the balls of wool from farmers in Kinangop sub-county who shear the sheep. Once the wool is washed and sun-dried, it is sent to the craft centre where it is dyed into different colors to make wool woven carpets, scarfs and mats among other items.