Chikumbuso Women and Orphans Project
Chikumbuso Women and Orphans Project
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almost 2 years ago

Empowers women to make a better life

Chikumbuso Women and Orphans Project is known for their unique handcrafted bags and purses. Each piece is carefully crafted with different types of stitching, beading, embroidery and print techniques that are intricate and unique.

Chikumbuso is committed to train and equip women so they can feed their kids, keep them in school, and make a difference in their community. By investing in the bags and purses, customers are not only making a style statement, but are also empowering the women behind the craft.

Kaleya Road, Ng'ombe
+260 977 369097
Empowers women to make a better life
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Chikumbuso Women and Orphans Project
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Chikumbuso is a grassroots project in Ng'ombe township in Lusaka. Founded by Linda Wilkinson in 2005, Chikumbuso provides an alternative lifestyle to vulnerable women and children. Free schooling is available, as well as adult training and capacity building, income generation activities and community building programs. 30 young adults have left the streets to come to Chikumbuso to learn new life skills in tailoring and cooking. The word Chikumbuso means remembrance.

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