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OTICART provides export, marketing and quality control services to a number of small workshops around Nairobi, Kenya.
The Undugu Society of Kenya has worked for Kenya’s urban poor since 1973 with the goal of offering hope to those at greatest risk.
The Jacaranda Workshop is a non-profit organization that offers training and employment to developmentally delayed graduates of the Jacaranda Special School in Nairobi.
Located near Mombasa, Kenya's second largest city, Bombolulu provides employment and numerous other benefits to adults who are blind or physically disabled and who would otherwise have virtually no chance of employment in the mainstream labour market.
Trinity Jewellery is a small business located on the edge of the Dandora slums, one of the poorest sections of Nairobi and home to thousands of Kenyans. Joseph Muchina, the director, and the other two founding members of Trinity grew up in the neighbourhood.
Based in Kisumu, a city of 800,000 with high unemployment and underemployment rates, the Kisumu Innovation Centre of Kenya (KICK) focuses on creating employment opportunities for disadvantaged artisans working in the Jua Kai sector.
The Centre for International Market Access (CIMA) is the marketing arm of Kenya Gatsby Trust (KGT), a non-profit organization whose main objectives are the eradication of poverty and the creation of wealth.
Nyabigena Soapstone Carvers is a non-profit organization that provides life-changing opportunities in Kenyan communities.
Craft Link Kenya (CLK) promotes Kenyan handmade and fairly traded products, working primarily with women and youth to build capacity and provide necessary access to markets.