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KAIKELLA ON PAIKKANSA

Mifukon käytännöllisillä koreilla löydät paikat kodin tavaroille pienistä leluista tyynyihin.

100 % KÄSITYÖTÄ

Kaikki korimme ovat tehty käsityönä perinteisiä punomistekniikoita käyttäen.

REILUA KAUPPAA

Me olemme sitoutuneet laittamaan ihmiset ja ympäristön edelle kaikessa mitä teemme.

IHANAT KORISTEET

Mifukon koristeet on käsinvuoltu pudonneista jakarandapuun oksista.

KYNTTILÄNJALAT

Kynttilänjalkamme ovat käsintehtyjä ja luovat täydellisen tunnelman.

MIFUKO TARINAT

Lue lisää Mifukon ja Mifuko Trustin työstä Keniassa.

Mifuko on ylpeä WFTO:n jäsen. WFTO on arvostettu reilua kauppaa harjoittavien yhteiskunnallisten yritysten maailmanlaajuinen yhteisö. Sen jäsenten on osoitettava, että he asettavat ihmiset ja planeetan etusijalle ja noudattavat reilun kaupan periaatteita .

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Join us in empowering women, girls and communities in rural Kenya

Mifuko Trust is a charity that promotes the livelihoods and well-being of women and communities in rural southeast Kenya. Through our women's self-help groups, our work reaches more than 1,300 women and their families - over 6,500 people. You can follow our work on our blog, Instagram and Facebook.  Below you can find a video about the project WASH and Grow!

Would you like to make a donation?

Fundraising permit number: 

RA/2021/773

Mobile Pay:

34321

Mifuko Trust bank account:

FI30 5722 4120 1489 19, OKOYFIHH

Buy an ethical gift

Support the work of WASH and Grow! in Makueni, Kenya by purchasing an intangible, ethical gift.  If you would like to send an electronic thank you card to the recipient of the gift, you can send a request to info@mifukotrust.org 

Click on the images below for information on gift options.

Support tree planting by women artisans

Support hygiene & soap making training 

Support building an ecological dry toilet 

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Agroforestry is combined with dry toilets

Mifuko Trust received funding from the Finnish Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the second phase of the WASH and Grow! - Clean Growth in Kenya project for the period 2023-2026. The project's mission is highly relevant globally. The challenges posed by climate change to smallholder household farming, such as prolonged droughts and floods, and the rising cost of fertilizer, are major challenges also in the semi-arid Makueni region. 

The war in Ukraine has also highlighted the dependence of African countries on food imports from Ukraine and Russia and the need to develop regional food security.

The WASH and Grow! project will continue to promote ecological sanitation in partnership with the local health administration and train sanitation ambassadors.  Ecological sanitation improves hygiene conditions by preventing disease and provides low-cost and ecological fertilizer for smallholder farms. With the new funding, the project will expand its activities in the area of promoting regenerative agriculture. 

The project will train "agroforestry ambassadors" and set up model plantations where trees improve the soil and microclimate. Trees, such as fruit trees, also produce food and sequester carbon in the soil.