Dsenyo Sale, Last Chance: Everything on Sale Starting at 25%

All Dsenyo fair trade products are on sale starting at 25 percent off, and the sale ends today! Shop the Fair Trade Sale Now!

We don’t have sales at JesusEconomy.org very often because our prices already represent the true value of the products and ensure fair pay for the artisans. But because of the need to move inventory quickly, we are able to offer you great deals on amazing handmade and fairly traded products. Hurry before they’re gone!

Dsenyo, a partner of Jesus’ Economy, is an organization that works alongside artisans in Africa and Latin America. Dsenyo is committed to teaching local artisans self-sustainable trades and using environmentally friendly materials that can be repurposed and recycled. Today is the last day, so be sure to check out the wonderful fair trade items still on sale!

 

Fair Trade Sale

Here are just a few of our favorite pieces now on sale!

 

Baby and Toddler Dresses from Malawi: Yellow and Red Circles 

Is there a baby shower coming up on your calendar or is someone you know about to give birth and would appreciate a unique, handmade item? Consider purchasing this dress, or one of the many other adorable dresses, bloomers, overalls, and headbands. This dress, and all Dsenyo baby attire, is created by the Vipambi Women’s group, a cooperative that teaches women business skills. This baby dress is simply precious and empowers artisans in Malawi.

This dress usually costs $30.00, but today you can get it for $21.99!

 

Clutch Purses from Zambia: The Goldenrod Foldover with Navy Leather

This trendy clutch is completely locally sourced and handprinted. Even the leather is tanned and dyed right in Zambia. This purse is a great fair trade piece  that will stand out in your wardrobe. It is created by Tribal Textiles, an artisan cooperative in Zambia that is dedicated to preserving the art of the African bush. The materials are locally sourced and environmentally responsible. Buy this fashionable clutch and start a conversation about making the world a better place.

This purse is usually $80.00, but today you can get it for $59.99!

 

Earrings from Brazil: Juliana Acai in Pink 

These earrings are handcrafted by artisans for Segue o Seco, a cooperative concerned with sustainability and creating minimal environmental impact. These earrings, also available in green, are made from acai seeds, a stable part of the Brazilian diet. They have a low environmental impact and are a simple way to add that little something extra to an ensemble. You can add a little flare to your wardrobe and support artisans in Brazil with the same purchase!

These earrings are usually $19.00, but today you can get them for $9.99!

 

   Shopping fair trade empowers people in impoverished and developing countries around the world, uplifts the environment, and builds toward a hopeful future. Be a part of this change and shop fair trade today.

 

Shop the Fair Trade Sale

 




Charlotte Van Werven
Charlotte Van Werven

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Apprentice in Writing and Editorial for Jesus' Economy



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