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...
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.
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.
Mifuko is committed to designing baskets that are both beautiful and multifunctional! Our baskets are sustainable, handwoven and durable.
SoilWatch empowers ecosystem restoration and food system transformation with transparent and science-based evidence throughout the project cycle.
Although we are not required to do so, Mifuko has for the second year in a row calculated its emissions using the greenhouse gas protocol
Our goal is to contribute to solving the issues humanity faces, such as poverty, gender inequality and loss of biodiversity.
The journey of Mifuko’s baskets from the artisans' hands in rural Kenya to your home, begins with you.
Three inspiring women in leadership positions at Mifuko's Kenyan team talk about their experiences as women in the work force and what it means to #EmbraceEquity.