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Women today are werking it, rewriting gender norms all over the world. The Kazi Cuff celebrates these women: the Boss Ladies, Supermoms, Trailblazers and Creators we love and look up to, and connects them to their counterparts in Kenya.

The Kazi Cuff

The Kazi Cuff
$45.00

Made for you by women like you - women who have overcome their own unique set of challenges in Kenya to make their mark. Its simple yet meaningful design features the initials of the woman who made it next to yours - representing the power we share.

#womenwhowerk

The bracelet that celebrates and empowers women who werk by connecting us through the meaningful work we do every day.

Werk noun

  1. Giving empowerment and dignity to women globally
  2. Declaration of praise for an outstanding achievement
  3. "Kazi" (work) in Swahili

Choose your artisan partner

Veronica

Veronica is a #BossLady, rewriting gender norms in one of Africa's largest slums. She began her career working as a receptionist at a bone craft company, learning the fundamentals of the craft. Her passion was ignited, and she left to start her own workshop. Today she is a successful business owner with four employees (including men and even elders) and trains young women in high-earning skills to make sure that they can overcome the barriers women too often face. She's a true leader in our global tribe.

The Boss Lady

Wilkester

Wilkester is a craftswoman calling on her creativity to lead a thriving business and impact the community she lives in. Her inventive designs transform would-be waste, like upcycled metals and ethical horn, into objects of beauty. She is inventive with her time as well, finding ways to both manage a team of four while also taking care of more than twent orphans!

The Creator

Wilfrida

Wilfrida had a bold dream to lift herself and her family out of poverty. She took a risk and bought a single machine to craft jewelry, a step that transformed her life. Now on a path to financial independence, she's a role model for women in her community. A true go-getter, she's saving her earnings to purchase more machines to start her own business and help women pave their own paths to success.

The Trailblazer

Benta

Benta had a bold dream to lift herself and her family out of poverty. She took a risk and bought a single machine to craft jewelry, a step that transformed her life. Now on a path to financial independence, she's a role model for women in her community. A true go-getter, she's saving her earnings to purchase more machines to start her own business and help women pave their own paths to success.

The Supermom

Give the gift of work this Holiday

*Your purchase does more than just give back, it gives/provides meaningful work for the Soko artisan community we work with and makes real change. Soko transforms the lives of artisans, increasing their income 5x and ensuring they can provide for their families and lift themselves out of poverty.

Thank you for supporting women around the world!

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