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Square Box Light Orange With Black Design

Manufactured By: Nyabigena Soapstone Carvers Cooperative

$8

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This small square box handmade by Kenyan artisans can be used to store anything from jewelry to other small valuables. Perfect to decorate any room. 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): 2.88
Product Width (Inches): 2.88
Product Height (Inches): 2.75
    $8.00
    - Producer
    $3.18 (39.75%)
    - Customs
    $1.03 (12.88%)
    - S&H from foreign country
    $3.79 (47.38%)
    - Foreign BDP commission
    Product was bought by students or we have used other means to save on costs.

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Students for Fair Trade (SFT) is the official fair trade club at Fordham Rose Hill. Members of SFT work to advocate for fair labor practices, transparent supply chains, and environmental integrity in production. The club has worked closely with the Gabelli School of Business to operate a sales program for artisinal goods made overseas. This developed into a pilot program for Spes Nova. Now, the Spes Nova chapter at Fordham engages with a wide array of undergraduate students through the club, service learning initiatives and classes. 

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Students for Fair Trade (SFT) is the official fair trade club at Fordham Rose Hill. Members of SFT work to advocate for fair labor practices, transparent supply chains, and environmental integrity in production. The club has worked closely with the Gabelli School of Business to operate a sales program for artisinal goods made overseas. This developed into a pilot program for Spes Nova. Now, the Spes Nova chapter at Fordham engages with a wide array of undergraduate students through the club, service learning initiatives and classes. 

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