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

 

Until July 5, 2017, all Dsenyo fair trade products are on sale starting at 25 percent off! Shop the Fair Trade Sale Now!

We don’t have sales on JesusEconomy.org very often because our prices 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.

Among the many beautifully crafted products on sale are some delicate and trendy jewelry items like necklaces, bracelets, and earrings. All of these products will no longer be available after July 5th, so hurry before the sale ends!

Featured Handmade Jewelry

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

 

Earrings from Zambia: The Kitana Pearl in Midnight 

The earrings by Dsenyo are created by artisans in Brazil and Zambia. These, created by the Mulberry Mongoose cooperative in Zambia, are handmade from organic materials from the African Bush, abalone shell, freshwater pearl, and natural driftwood. Mulberry Mongoose is committed to using locally and ethically sourced materials, including collected snare wires as part of their anti-poaching movement. Buy these fashionable earrings and start a conversation about making the world a better place.

These earrings usually cost $35.00, but today you can get them for $25.99!

 

Necklaces from Zambia: Malaika Feather

This necklace is also handcrafted by the Mulberry Mongoose cooperative in Zambia. It is made with a leather cord, glass and wood beads, and sustainably sourced guinea fowl feathers. This necklace is beautiful, ethically and environmentally friendly, and makes a statement about how we care for the earth and the people in it. You can add a little flare to your wardrobe and support artisans in Zambia with the same purchase!

This necklace usually costs $38.00, but today you can get it for $27.99!

 

Bracelets from Zambia: the Kitana Bracelet in Daybreak

This Mulberry Mongoose bracelet is another beautiful and fierce design that is both modern and earthy. This bold bracelet uses natural elements that stand out and complete your outfit. Even better, buying this bracelet supports and empowers artisans in Zambia.

This bracelet usually costs $48.00, but today you can get it for $35.99

 

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

 

Save 25% and more on all Dsenyo fair trade



Until July 5th, 2017, all Dsenyo fair trade products are on sale starting at 25 percent off! Shop the Fair Trade Sale Now!

This is a great deal you don’t want to miss. Why, you ask? Sales on JesusEconomy.org are rare because our prices already represent the true value of the products and ensure fair pay for artisans. But because of the need to move inventory quickly, we are able to offer you these quality handmade items at discounted prices.

Dsenyo, a partner of Jesus’ Economy, 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.

The many beautifully crafted products on sale include pillows, aprons, and totes. These products will no longer be available after July 5th, so hurry before the sale ends!

 

Discounted Handmade Home Goods

 

Pillows from Zambia: Paisley 

The pillows from Zambia are created by Tribal Textiles, an artisan cooperative in Mfuwe, Zambia. The artisans at Tribal Textiles are dedicated to preserving traditional art, living in harmony with nature, and benefiting their local Zambian community. The designs are inspired by traditional African designs and wildlife. This pillow, while chic and vibrant, is also hypoallergenic, eco-friendly, hand-printed, and locally sourced. You can decorate your home and be an advocate for fair trade with the same purchase.

This pillow usually costs $35.00, but today you can get it for $25.99! Buy now, go straight to cart.

 

Aprons from Malawi: Aqua Circles

This apron is handcrafted by artisans with the Vipambi Women’s Group, a cooperative that empowers women through teaching marketable business skills. It is hand-dyed and hand-sewn in Malawi, and is a perfect option to use when you’re baking, doing art projects, or just need to keep your clothes clean. Keep stains off your favorite shirt and support fair trade by purchasing this apron.

This apron is marked down from $22.00 to $15.99! Buy now, go straight to cart.

 

Tote Bags from Zambia: Coral Mandala 

This tote is another intricately designed product by Tribal Textiles. The bold design is inspired by traditional African patterns and is sure to catch eyes in the grocery store, park, library, or wherever you take it along. Its size and quality make it an excellent option for large items you need to carry, and the intricate artwork makes it a great accessory.

Buy this tote for only $62.99 (usually $84.00)! Buy now, go straight to cart.

 

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

 

Shop the Fair Trade Sale

 

What’s not to love about fair trade? Shopping fair trade empowers people in impoverished and developing countries around the world, supports a global economy, and builds toward a hopeful future.

Because our fair trade prices already represent the real value of the products and ensure fair pay for the artisans, sales at Jesus’ Economy don’t happen often. But this week we’d like to offer you a special deal due to the need to move inventory.

From now until July 5, 2017, all fair trade products by Dsenyo are discounted starting at 25 percent. All of these great products will no longer be available after the sale ends, and inventory is limited, so hurry and get your fair trade before it’s too late!

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.

Just a few of the amazing handmade products you’ll find by Dsenyo include purses, aprons, and children’s stuffed animals. The entire collection is on sale; most likely that item you’ve been eyeing for the past few months, but can’t bring yourself to spend the money on is discounted, so grab it now. It’s the season of graduations, weddings, and other special occasions, and this sale is perfect to find something for everyone on your list.

We’re happy to offer you these great deals as you join us in alleviating global poverty through shopping fair trade.

 

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Dsenyo Purses

Dsenyo Aprons 

Dsenyo Toys

 

 

Tribal Textiles, an artisan cooperative located in Mfuwe, Zambia, is creating jobs and preserving the art of the African bush. Each design is inspired by traditional African designs and wildlife, and handpainted onto the fabrics by local artisans.

The artisans at Tribal Textiles are dedicated to preserving traditional art, living in harmony with nature, and benefitting the local community. While Mfuwe is an area with high unemployment, Tribal Textiles seeks to provide sustainable employment, trade training, and a stable working environment. Additionally, the cooperative has given even more to the community by co-founding the local school, Malimba, which currently educates more than 160 children.

This cooperative has a global presence, selling their products in more than 20 countries, but the artisans are committed to making sure the heart of Tribal Textiles remains in the African bush and with the Zambian people.

 

Featured Fair Trade Products

 

Clutch Purses from Zambia: the Goldenrod Fold-over with Navy Leather 

One of my favorite products by Tribal Textiles is this clutch purse. 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 option that will stand out in your wardrobe.

 

Stationery Notecards from Zambia (Set of 10) 

These stationery note cards are another wonderful product. Everyone writes notes from time to time, and what better paper to use than one with handprinted beautiful designs; a paper that is fairly traded, and helps people out of poverty? These note cards are unique and make a statement about hope.

 

Pillows from Zambia: Swahili Flower 

This is one of the many chic pillows offered by Tribal Textiles. It adds a vibrant touch to your living room or bedroom, and supports artisans in Zambia. This pillow is also hypoallergenic, eco-friendly, handprinted, and locally sourced. You can decorate your home and support fair trade with the same purchase.

 

Shopping fair trade uplifts people around the world. Join us in transforming lives through fair trade.  

 

Shop Tribal Textiles Fair Trade Products

 

Tribal Textiles, an artisan cooperative in Mfuwe, Zambia, is creating jobs and preserving the art of the African bush. The cooperative was started more than 20 years ago by Gillie Lightfoot, who was inspired to experiment with various techniques and dyes while she was living in a safari camp in Zambia. She drew ideas for the textiles from traditional African designs and the wildlife around her.

Today, Tribal Textiles employs more than 100 Zambians, and has become one of the largest employers in Eastern Zambia. Different artists work together to draw the designs, paint the fabric, and sew the pieces together. Each textile is entirely handmade.

The artisans work with a goal to preserve traditional art, be in harmony with nature, and benefit the local community. While Mfuwe is an area with high unemployment, Tribal Textiles seeks to provide sustainable employment and trade training, and to provide a good working environment. Additionally, the cooperative has given more to the community by co-founding the local school, Malimba, which currently educates more than 160 children.

Tribal Textiles has small and humble beginnings—first selling products to local safari lodges. Today, their products are available in more than 20 countries worldwide. Despite their global presence, the artisans are committed to maintaining the heart of Tribal Textiles which their website states, “ will always remain in the African bush with the Zambian people.”

Artisans honor local traditions and wildlife

The Tribal Textiles artisans work with Dsenyo, a Jesus’ Economy partner. Dsenyo is an organization loyal to the cause of alleviating the suffering of the impoverished. They do this by teaching local artisans self-sustainable trades so they can better their economic situations and provide for their families. Dsenyo is also dedicated to using local and environmentally friendly materials that can be artfully repurposed and recycled for continuous use.

Dsenyo works alongside artisans to improve living situations for impoverished people, promote a holistic economy, respect cultural traditions, and build global relationships. Together, Jesus' Economy and Dsenyo are empowering artisans from countries throughout Africa and Latin America.

 

Shopping fair trade builds global strength. Join us in transforming lives through fair trade.

 

Shop Tribal Textiles Fair Trade Products

 

 

To the artisans at Segue o Seco, the process behind fair trade is just as important as the outcome. This cooperative is dedicated to empowering artisans as they support themselves and their families, but also to uplifting the environment through the use of ecological materials. Their handmade products are created with resources and processes that have minimal environmental impact. The fabrics are woven from sustainably harvested Buriti palm fiber that has been hand-dyed with natural dyes.

Segue o Seco, and other cooperatives that work with Dsenyo, are committed to providing beautiful fairly traded products that are gentle on the environment. We can be good stewards of the world while we shop for fashionable and practical goods.

 

Featured Fair Trade Products 

 

Clutch Purses from Brazil: The Eva in Cypress and Green Plaid 

One of my favorite products created by this cooperative is the Eva Clutch Purse. It is large enough to carry the essentials, but small enough to not get in the way. It is delightfully vintage and can add a touch of casual sophistication to any outfit. And even better, the clutch is handmade, fairly traded, and environmentally friendly, so you can support many causes with just one purchase.

 

Earrings from Brazil: Juliana Acai in Blue

Other  beautiful products are the Acai Earrings, which are available in blue, green, pink, red, and yellow. The earrings are made from acai seeds, a staple 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. 

 

Flower Clips from Brazil

Seguo o Seco also creates lovely and vibrant hair clips with Buriti palm fibers and acai beads. These clips will add a welcome burst of color to your day. They can be worn in your hair, clipped onto a jacket or purse, or used to decorate your table setting. These flower clips are fashionable while being practical, and they make excellent versatile gifts.

Shopping fair trade can empower people and the world we live in. Join us in transforming lives through fair trade

 

Shop Segue o Seco Fair Trade Products

 

Segue o Seco is a cooperative of artisans in northeastern Brazil. Their handmade and fairly traded products are intentionally sustainable and created with materials and processes that have minimal environmental impact. The fabrics in their products are made with ecologically harvested Buriti palm fiber, which is hand-dyed with natural dyes before it is woven or crocheted.

Fair Trade Artisans Create Eco-Friendly Products

The Segue o Seco artisans work with Dsenyo, a Jesus’ Economy partner. Dsenyo is an organization loyal to the cause of alleviating the suffering of the impoverished. They do this by teaching local artisans self-sustainable trades so they can better their economic situations and provide for their families. Dsenyo is also dedicated to using local and environmentally friendly materials that can be artfully repurposed and recycled for continuous use.

Dsenyo works alongside artisans to improve living situations for impoverished people, promote a holistic economy, respect cultural traditions, and build global relationships. Together, Jesus' Economy and Dsenyo are empowering female artisans from countries throughout Africa and Latin America.

Shopping fair trade uplifts people and the world we live in. Join us in transforming lives through fair trade.

 

Shop Segue o Seco Fair Trade Products

 

The Mwayiwathu HIV Support Group, based in Malawi, is comprised of 15 members, primarily women, who have been affected by AIDS—either personally or within their family. More than one third of the women are widows who have lost their husbands to the virus.

Widowhood, in Malawi, often leaves women economically disempowered and socially excluded. Mwayiwathu creates opportunities for change. The women who work with this cooperative use their wages to send their kids to school, pay for transportation to receive their medications from the hospital, make home improvements, and invest in side-business ventures.

Fair Trade Products Empower Hurting People

The Mwayiwathu group works with Dsenyo, a Jesus’ Economy partner. Dsenyo is an organization committed to alleviating the suffering of the impoverished by helping local artisans learn self-sustainable trades. They use local and environmentally friendly materials that can be repurposed and recycled.

Dsenyo works alongside artisans to improve living situations for impoverished people, promote a holistic economy, respect cultural traditions, and build global relationships. Together, Jesus' Economy and Dsenyo are empowering female artisans from Africa and Latin America.

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Little Friends Plush Animal Toys from Malawi: Bunny

Little Friends Plush Animal Toys: Leopard

Engage your baby’s senses with these colorful, soft jersey knit plush animals. 

Little Friends Security Blanket from Malawi: Monkey

These cute security blankets are washer and dryer friendly, for when they are loved just a bit too much. These handmade security blankets provide better futures for women in the Mwayiwathu HIV Support Group. 

Shopping fair trade can lead to hope and healing and provision for a better future. Join us in transforming lives through fair trade.

 

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Beautiful fabrics create beautiful clothes, but they can also support impoverished people through fair trade. In Malawi, Africa, the Vipambi Women’s group works with stunning textiles to tailor everyday products that meet everyday needs. The artisans learn skills in sewing and business so they can be prepared to provide for their families using their tailoring trade.

The fair trade goods offered by the Vipambi Women’s group are practical as well as vibrant and engaging. My favorite item from the collection is the wrap skirt, which is versatile and easy to wear. It fits many sizes and can be worn a variety of ways to create more casual or more formal ensembles.

Featured Vipambi Fair Trade Products

Wrap Skirts From Malawi: Red Fan

 

This versatile, wrap skirt can be worn low on the hips or high on the waist; its long belt tie makes that possible. The skirt line is about at the knee or a little higher, depending on how it is worn and your height. This means that the skirt fits nicely with a variety of shoe, sandal, or boot choices.

Clutch Purses From Zambia: The Envelope Clutch in Goldenrod

Store everything important in these cute envelope-style clutch purses. They are perfect for keys, receipts, and anything else you want to put inside! With a zip closure and magnetic snap, everything is sure to stay put.

Shopping fair trade can transform and empower artisans like those working with Vipambi. Join us in transforming lives through fair trade


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