Leather Journal Large by Akiru Project from Uganda

$38.00
  • Leather Journal Large by Akiru Project from Uganda

Leather Journal Large by Akiru Project from Uganda

$38.00

These rustic journals are made with great skill.  The paper is 100% handmade using traditional methods that have been passed down from generations in Uganda.  The leather is cow-hide that has been naturally tanned and minimally processed, giving it a very soft and natural feel.  To top it off, the wrap around is complete with an antique Ugandan coin as the closure. The journal comes in four colors: Slate, Cream, Brown and Taupe. Brown is the darkest brown and cream is the lightest color pictured.

The Akiru Project is a small business initiative that offers meaningful employment for vulnerable, impoverished women of Karamoja, Uganda.  By providing these women with marketable skills and a living wage, Akiru gives them the hope of a hunger free future.  Akiru means rain, which promises provisions for the future and produces hope for sustained life.  

Empowering people.  Changing lives.

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These rustic journals are made with great skill.  The paper is 100% handmade using traditional methods that have been passed down from generations in Uganda.  The leather is cow-hide that has been naturally tanned and minimally processed, giving it a very soft and natural feel.  To top it off, the wrap around is complete with an antique Ugandan coin as the closure. The journal comes in four colors: Slate, Cream, Brown and Taupe. Brown is the darkest brown and cream is the lightest color pictured.

The Akiru Project is a small business initiative that offers meaningful employment for vulnerable, impoverished women of Karamoja, Uganda.  By providing these women with marketable skills and a living wage, Akiru gives them the hope of a hunger free future.  Akiru means rain, which promises provisions for the future and produces hope for sustained life.  

Empowering people.  Changing lives.