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EVERYTHING IN ITS PLACE

Mifuko's wonderful baskets help you organise your home and to find the right place for everything from small toys to pillows.

100 % HANDMADE

We believe that a happier future is made by hand.

FAIR TRADE

We have committed to putting people and planet first in everything we do. 

LOVELY ORNAMENTS

Our ornaments have been handcarved from fallen jacaranda tree branches.

CANDLE HOLDERS

Our candle holders are handmade and create the perfect ambiance.

MIFUKO STORIES

Learn more about our work in Kenya.

Mifuko is a proud member of World Fair Trade Organisation (WFTO), the highly regarded global community of social enterprises that practice Fair Trade. WFTO members must demonstrate they put people and the planet first, adhering to the WFTO Fair Trade Principles.

Kiondo and Mkeka baskets

As each basket is handmade the size and shape may vary. Size variation for the diameter and/or height is presented in the size chart below. Iringa and Bolga have same height as Kiondo and Mkeka baskets, but due to their different shapes their measures have been specified in the product description.

Length of the leather handles varies depending of the model. Shorter handles are 33 cm / 13" long, and 70 cm / 27" long on our shopper baskets. Handing baskets have a little narrower handle and it's length is 115 cm. Vegetable tanned leather colour may vary and be slightly different from what is shown in the product images. 

SIZE

DIAMETER

 HEIGHT

SIZE VARIATION

XS

15 cm / 6"

16 cm / 6.3"

± 3cm / 1.2"

S

24 cm / 9.5"

21 cm / 8.3"

± 3cm / 1.2"

M

30 cm / 11.8"

28 cm / 11"

± 5cm / 1.96"

L

35 cm / 13.8"

40 cm / 15.7"

± 5cm / 1.96"

XL

40 cm / 15.7"

53 cm / 20.9"

± 5cm / 1.96"

XXL

50 cm /19.7"

30 cm /11.8"

± 5cm / 1.96"

 

Examples of the basket sizes

The plastic used in Mifuko's baskets is surplus and recycled plastic. The baskets are highly durable, so the carbon footprint of the plastic is minimal.
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The Finnish and Kenyan project managers, Peter Manyolo and Anita Lintula, took up the challenge in late 2021 and applied for funding from Fingo Powerbank to create community-based innovations. Community-led innovation is about ordinary people developing and testing solutions that benefit the whole community. Together with Butterfly Works, a Dutch organisation, Fingo Powerbank trained the applicant organisations with co-creation with the users of the product in design thinking methods.
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We interviewedEevi about her product experience, and she brought pictures of her Mifuko products at home with her family members.
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