Canvas Totes Carry The Name & Fingerprint Of The Ugandan Seamstresses Who Made Them

Canvas Totes Carry The Name & Fingerprint Of The Ugandan Seamstresses Who Made Them
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Mend, the social enterprise behind the products, also features online profiles of the women.

Emma Hutchings
  • 15 december 2011

Social enterprise Mend is helping vulnerable women in northern Uganda, whose lives have been affected by rebel group the Lord’s Resistance Army, by releasing a line of canvas totes they have created. These high quality bags are designed to forge a personal connection between products, their makers and consumers.

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