Faith Nzeve and Sabeth Ndaka have been friends for eight years, they met during a general meeting for Mifuko weavers.
Mifuko was founded in 2009 by Mari and Minna. The whole story started with friendship. Without it, we wouldn't be where we are today.
One of the goals of the Wash and Grow! project is to strengthen the adaptation of communities to climate change.
Wash & Grow! project volunteer, Henrik, shares how he was inspired to volunteer and the benefits of volunteer work
Wash & Grow! project volunteer, Henrik, shares how he was inspired to volunteer and the benefits of volunteer work.
Weaving for Mifuko enables the artisans to earn a better living and helps them preserve their local handcraft tradition.
As the first volunteer worker for our Wash and Grow! project, in this blog Henrik shares his insights on the necessity and importance of the project.
Fair Trade organizations urge inclusion of smallholder farmers and workers in climate solutions as global focus on climate crisis intensifies ahead of COP26.
Mifuko Trust’s Wash and Grow! was launched in January 2021. In this blog we will share news and our achievements so far this year.
Dorcas attended training on hygiene and soap-making organized by Wash and Grow! Project. Here, we interview her about her experience.