This project was established in a subsistence farming area of KwaZulu-Natal province in South Africa, where unemployment is close to 80%. Over 400 people have been employed and become skilled in various basketwork, beadwork, and sewing techniques as a result of this project.
These bowls are works of art, and each one is unique. The workshop started by using telephone wires but as the amount of work grew, they expanded into using other wire materials.
This project has contributed to the local area immensely, helping to build a crèche, implement a food scheme, and provide income for members of the community.
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