Beads of Tomorrow: Rwandan Bracelets Offer Better Future

In Kigali, Rwanda, a cooperative of 29 women—all of whom came from refugee camps and are HIV positive—now have a sustainable income.

The cooperative is called Ejo Hazaza, which means “Tomorrow.” This alludes to the artisans’ hope for a better future. Janet Ntakirutimana, pictured here, is one of the women who has benefited from working with Ejo Hazaza. Previously a sustenance farmer, Janet is now a successful businesswoman.

Handmade African Bracelets Represent Sustainable Incomes

Ejo Hazaza works with Indego Africa—Jesus’ Economy’s partner in Rwanda—to develop products for the U.S. market. Prior to Indego Africa’s work with the women of Ejo Hazaza, many of them were living on less than $1/day, but now they’re making a sustainable income.

Indego Africa is working with women in Rwanda to develop products that people all over the world want to own. Many of the products developed by Indego Africa have been recognized on the international stage for how fashionable they are—and this recognition has often resulted in partnerships with major U.S. fashion brands.

A Story of Empowerment and an Incredible Product

The story behind the Beaded Wrap Bracelet is one of empowerment. And the product itself is incredible.

The Beaded Wrap Bracelet from Rwanda brings a touch of Africa to brighten up your outfit. These handmade bracelets, at 28" long, will wrap around your arm several times.

An Opportunity to Shop to Help

Each Jesus’ Economy product has a 90-day, no questions asked return policy. So if you’re on the fence about buying something from us—give it a try. You have the opportunity to not only empower women in Rwanda through your purchase, but you can also help others around the world. We reinvest all profit into life transformation and continuing our efforts.

Purchasing the Beaded Wrap Bracelet helps provide jobs for women rising out of poverty in Rwanda. Buy your bracelet today.

John Barry
John Barry


CEO and Founder of Jesus' Economy. John is the General Editor of the highly acclaimed Faithlife Study Bible and Lexham Bible Dictionary. His new book is Jesus' Economy: A Biblical View of Poverty, the Currency of Love, and a Pattern for Lasting Change. It is widely endorsed by Christian leaders from around the world.