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Maa Beadwork is deeply committed to the needs of the community. They seek to work within a culturally relevant framework to uplift women through economic empowerment and through educating them to utilize their income to overcome the challenges they most frequently face. With income generated from their beadwork, female Maasai artisans can now better cover the cost of:
School Fees and Supplies for Children
Maasai fathers cover educational costs for their sons, but mothers are solely responsible if their daughters desire an education. Maasai women are determined to provide their daughters with the opportunities that they themselves did not have.
Clean Rainwater Harvesting Systems
Without rainwater harvesting systems, women must walk as far as 5.5 miles carrying a heavy load of water - and water that is often polluted.
Household Solar Power Systems
Solar power can provide light for children to study at night, as well as can provide power for charging phones and radios.
Sustainable, Refillable Gas Cylinders
Using this safe alternative source of fuel means women and children no longer have to endure the long and dangerous walks to collect firewood. Gas also minimizes the harmful health and environmental impacts of burning firewood inside homes.
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