Bawa Hope is a Fair-Trade company that works with marginalized handicraft artisans in Kenya by linking them to global markets.
The company works with creative women and men, with the capacity to produce high quality products at competitive market prices.
These artisans do not want sympathy or charity—but an opportunity to access and compete in global markets.
Create and develop Contemporary Ethnic jewellery products that satisfy the consumer’s desire for Value, Quality and Fashion, whilst taking care of our environment and creating opportunities for marginalized communities.
To access gifted art, jewelery, craft and gift artisans, largely drawn from rural and slum communities, to wealth creating global markets. Capitalize on sustainable and recycled raw materials to develop an attractive and unique range of products that have a competitive edge in global markets. Access ethical markets with a human face that allow artisans to generate acceptable returns to their investments.
Environmental conservation is a key pillar of Bawa Hope’s core values. Bawa seeks to use enterprise as a tool not only for empowering marginalized artisans, but safeguarding the environment.
The women, living in these informal settlements, see value in many of the things that we throw away! The bags combine sisal, which occurs in abundance, and waste banana fibre amongst other materials to create an attractive and functional fashion accessory. By buying these products, you help create demand that fuels further collection, processing and utilization of waste material thus safeguarding the environment.
Mr. Andrew Mutisya
Mtongwe Rd, Ngumo Central, Hse 265
+254 708 327 339
Austria, Brazil, USA
Maison & Objet | Paris<br>8 – 12 September 2017<br>Hall 1 — Stand A80 / B79