A colourful peg bag made in Malawi from chitenje (African fabric) and lined. It uses a child-sized hanger to support it on the clothes line (or indoors for storage).
It is 34 cm tall and 33 cm wide.
Available in two colours.
Susan has run a workshop at Ndirande to teach the women to make a tote bag and a sanitary pad.
Susan has arrived safely in Lilongwe although her last flight was rather delayed.
She had a good meeting with Mary (Chanasa chair).
A huge Thank You from Chifundo to the Chester Deo Gratais Choir for their donation of £700 from their recent concerts at All Saints in Hool
A very successful evening. Eleven (11) ladies modelled and over sixty (60) people attended. £428 was raised for our work in Malawi. A brilliant result! T
Track Record of Recent Orders. these have all been made by the groups of women in Blantyre. Most were for Malawi but the University of Glasgow order was tr
Naomi Manjolo is the newly appointed part time (18 hrs per week) Entrepreneur. She started 1st April 2018 and he
A very successful coffee morning was held at Hoole URC Church in recognition of Fashion Revolution Week. Click on the photo or title to read more...
WORLD FAIR TRADE DAY is on Saturday 12th May 2018.
Read this article for ideas about how to be a Fair Trade hero!