Available in blue/silver, and emerald green/gold. Handmade by Elizabeth in the Namatala slum; made of paper beads; approximately 12”. Due to the nature of the handmade process, color, shape, and size may vary.
WHEN YOU PURCHASE THE ELIZABETH…
you are helping her start her own small business selling posho (corn flour used for cooking).
You can find Elizabeth selling vegetables in the Namatala market. She’ll be wearing a headscarf and often a wide tooth smile. For the last eight years, she has sold eggplant, tomatoes, cabbage, greens and onions at a small wooden stand in the market. She moved to Namatala with her husband in 2000 from the Butalejea district, which is about 70 miles away. She moved with the hopes of making money by selling boiled yams. When she wasn’t able to sell her yams, her husband of 18 years left her and her five children…Read More