Arts & Crafts

 

 Wool-n-Wood

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Price

 Prices vary per item.

 

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Product description

Wool-n-Wood brings together the natural resources of Scotland and Malawi to produce a truly unique range of goods. 

Designed in Scotland. Inspired by Malawi. Handcrafted for you!

Where to buy

Available online from Wool-n-Wood or at Scottish Parliament gift shop and “Wool for Ewe” in Aberdeen. 

 

 


 

 Malawi Delights

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Khama Products

Product description

Malawi Delights is a privately owned business based in London, founded in 2005 under the name Walani. 

They believe Malawi as a country should be helped through trade. Malawi should export more products to the UK and more importantly local farmers and tradesmen should be rewarded for their hard work.

Where to buy

Available online from Malawi Delights.

 

 


 

Khama

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Product description

We believe in exceptional design and work with a variety of artisans and makers in our workshop in the town as well as in the surrounding villages to handcraft beautiful, unique items.

The people we work with receive a fair wage, training and the opportunity to become financially independent. Our materials are also sourced locally, which benefits the wider community and further helps to reinvigorate the textiles industry in Malawi.

We strongly believe that trade is a better long term option than aid in developing countries.

Where to buy

Available online from www.khama.co.uk (other stockists listed on our shop page) 

 


 

Chifundo UK

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Product description

Chanasa (Compassion) Women’s Enterprise use recycled denim and cotton mixed with African/Malawian textiles.

Where to buy

The One World Shop Edinburgh, the World Justice Shop Portobello Edinburgh, the University of Glasgow Gift Shop and online.

Raising funds for education scholarships

Chanasa Products can be branded and sold to raise money to empower girls and women in Malawi, through funding female school and university scholarships with the profits.