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Black And White Decorative Box

Manufactured By: Nyabigena Soapstone Carvers Cooperative

$11.78

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This unique black and white box was carved from soapstone by artisans in Kenya. The intricate designs are represenative of local symbols and patterns. This is a perfect gift for anyone with wanderlust or an appreciation for art! 

Profits from the sale of this product are put toward health services, business education, and other benefits for artisans and their families. 

Product Length (Inches): 4.5
Product Width (Inches): 4.25
Product Height (Inches): 2.25
    $9.82
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    $5.00 (50.92%)
    - Customs
    $1.03 (10.49%)

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Spes Nova @ Fordham University is committed to empowering Spes Nova's artisans around the globe through providing them product and market analysis, business advice, and access to new markets.

Spes Nova @ Fordham has grown out of the Students for Fair Trade Club, which seeks to educate Fordham students about the impact that their consumer choices may have on impoverished producers and laborers in the developing world, and advocates for the purchase of fair trade products, or those that are produced in ethical, safe, and fair working environments. In addition, Students for Fair Trade raises awareness about the realities of poverty, hunger, and other social problems throughout the world that may be alleviated through a more equitable market system of trade and cultural exchange.

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Spes Nova @ Fordham University is committed to empowering Spes Nova's artisans around the globe through providing them product and market analysis, business advice, and access to new markets.

Spes Nova @ Fordham has grown out of the Students for Fair Trade Club, which seeks to educate Fordham students about the impact that their consumer choices may have on impoverished producers and laborers in the developing world, and advocates for the purchase of fair trade products, or those that are produced in ethical, safe, and fair working environments. In addition, Students for Fair Trade raises awareness about the realities of poverty, hunger, and other social problems throughout the world that may be alleviated through a more equitable market system of trade and cultural exchange.

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