These bowls are handcrafted by a group of women as part of the fair trade project Wola Nani. The project has been supporting women who suffer from HIV and AIDS from some of the poorest communities in South Africa since 1994. They don't just strive to give, they strive to ensure that these women can have a sustainable future, earn a regular income and live with dignity and hope.
Wola Nani's Income Generation project ensures that women can earn a regular income whilst working from home. This means they can independently sustain their lives whilst earning income to buy food,medicine,electricity and afford schooling for their children.
Made from a papier-mache of discarded sardine can label remnants they are suitable for everyday items and dry foods. They and cannot be washed, to clean spray and wipe with damp cloth.
Please note PLS (packed like sardines) is more expensive due to the detail in making.
DIMENSION APPROX:(diameter at top):
- Small: 11-17 cm, Medium 22 cm, Large 25 cm.