Nomad Coin Purse by SutiSana from Bolivia

$5.00
  • Nomad Coin Purse by SutiSana from Bolivia

Nomad Coin Purse by SutiSana from Bolivia

$5.00

Sometimes you just need a little something to hold your coins. Now you can look stylish while keeping yourself organized! Available in both Nomad fabrics; navy stripe and tribal blue. At only $5 each, you can get both patterns!

The Nomad Collection was birthed out of the idea of when I (Marisa) travel to different parts of the world and find such interesting fabrics, that I would bring it back and design unique products with our current artisan groups. 1st up is fabric I found in Chiang Mai Thailand. The tribal fabric has an incredible texture and unique patterns. We hope you enjoy the Nomad Collection as much as we did designing it for you!

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SutiSana provides dignified employment and a new life for women attempting to leave prostitution in El Alto, Bolivia.  Many of these vulnerable women had little education, were the only provider in their home, and had no viable alternative to prostitution.  Thanks to SutiSana they are able to live a prosperous and meaningful life.  The name SutiSana has its roots in the two languages spoken by the women- Aymara and Spanish.  In Aymara, Suti means name and in Spanish, Sana means healthy or healed.

Empowering people. Changing lives. 

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Sometimes you just need a little something to hold your coins. Now you can look stylish while keeping yourself organized! Available in both Nomad fabrics; navy stripe and tribal blue. At only $5 each, you can get both patterns!

The Nomad Collection was birthed out of the idea of when I (Marisa) travel to different parts of the world and find such interesting fabrics, that I would bring it back and design unique products with our current artisan groups. 1st up is fabric I found in Chiang Mai Thailand. The tribal fabric has an incredible texture and unique patterns. We hope you enjoy the Nomad Collection as much as we did designing it for you!

Dimensions: 

SutiSana provides dignified employment and a new life for women attempting to leave prostitution in El Alto, Bolivia.  Many of these vulnerable women had little education, were the only provider in their home, and had no viable alternative to prostitution.  Thanks to SutiSana they are able to live a prosperous and meaningful life.  The name SutiSana has its roots in the two languages spoken by the women- Aymara and Spanish.  In Aymara, Suti means name and in Spanish, Sana means healthy or healed.

Empowering people. Changing lives.