Pouch Set by Itara from Rwanda

$30.00
  • Pouch Set by Itara from Rwanda

Pouch Set by Itara from Rwanda

$30.00

This is one seriously cute pouch set! With just the right amount of kitenge, this pouch set will become your new favorite. It is so well made. It consists of 3 pouches, is fully lined in kitenge with 2 pockets, and the bottom of each pouch has a pop out bottom so it is able to store more items! The best part? On the pocket is the artisan's name! Now every time you look into your pouch, you get to remember this mama and how you are investing in her by purchasing this! Now that's what we call a win-win!

Dimensions: Small 7.5 x 5 inches; Medium 9.5 x 5.5 inches; Large 12.5 x 9.25 inches

Three boys forced to become men during the 1994 Rwandan genocide banded together to become a family. They created Best Family Rwanda and now serve over 200 orphans and vulnerable children in Rwanda. Itara was birthed to meet the physical needs of the children in the program by empowering their moms with jobs. They are taught to sew. Itara means "light".  Their goal is to create a path forward out of dependency into sustainability. 

Empowering people and changing lives.1

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This is one seriously cute pouch set! With just the right amount of kitenge, this pouch set will become your new favorite. It is so well made. It consists of 3 pouches, is fully lined in kitenge with 2 pockets, and the bottom of each pouch has a pop out bottom so it is able to store more items! The best part? On the pocket is the artisan's name! Now every time you look into your pouch, you get to remember this mama and how you are investing in her by purchasing this! Now that's what we call a win-win!

Dimensions: Small 7.5 x 5 inches; Medium 9.5 x 5.5 inches; Large 12.5 x 9.25 inches

Three boys forced to become men during the 1994 Rwandan genocide banded together to become a family. They created Best Family Rwanda and now serve over 200 orphans and vulnerable children in Rwanda. Itara was birthed to meet the physical needs of the children in the program by empowering their moms with jobs. They are taught to sew. Itara means "light".  Their goal is to create a path forward out of dependency into sustainability. 

Empowering people and changing lives.1