by: Chamtich Kenya
Whether you live where it's warm, or are looking for a gorgeous pair of sandals for your next trip, you will be thrilled to wear these. And when you're asked about them, you will have a great story to tell about how you helped those overcoming poverty through your purchase.
It takes a team to create sandals. Alvin Sang, who directs Chamtich Kenya (Jesus' Economy's partner) initiates each project. The materials are then procured by young men in need of work. Other men and women then do the leather working and stitching. Finally, the sandals are handed off to Elizabeth, pictured here, and other ladies to handcraft the beadwork on each pair. This results in each and every part of these sandals being handmade.
Leather, long-lasting sandals.
Creates jobs in Kenya, for people from extreme poverty situations.
Part of the Jesus' Economy shopping model, benefiting developing world communities.
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