Empowering women artisans in rural Africa since 2009

Our verified Fair Trade production combines traditional techniques with contemporary design. Each piece is handmade and unique, carrying the name of its maker. 

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A STORY OF 1,350 ARTISANS

Mifuko baskets are handmade by women artisans in rural Kenya, Ghana and Tanzania. Get to know our artisans and read from their stories how basket weaving allows them to invest in their children, homes and future.  

Mifuko 15 years

The Mifuko story began in 2009, and this year we are celebrating our 15th anniversary. For 15 years we have been promoting Fair Trade, honouring traditional craft techniques, and empowering women for a brighter future.

New capsule collection

Mifuko X Ervin Latimer

For a fashion designer, Mifuko's business model gives an opportunity to explore slower handcraft techniques. There is a little magic in every handmade object.

Ervin Latimer

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INTRODUCING A MIFUKO TRUST WATER TANK BENEFICIARY

INTRODUCING A MIFUKO TRUST WATER TANK BENEFICIARY

In 2023, Mifuko Women Development Community-based Organisation initiated a project to procure 41 essential water tanks for Mifuko Trust’s agroforestry ambassadors. One of the beneficiaries is Eunic...
Weaving a friendship

Weaving a friendship

On this Valentine’s Day, we share the heartwarming story of Anna and Ruth, brought together by shared passions and unwavering support for one another.
Mifuko 15 years: Under the mango tree

Mifuko 15 years: Under the mango tree

This is the story of how the idea for Mifuko came about. It all started in Kenya, where Kiondo basket weaving is a traditional craft.