From the remote La Guajira Desert, Sandra from the Ishipaa community and her family weave these colourful accessories putting love and time to make this one of a kind piece!
La Guajira is the largest dry area in Colombia. They lack of rain makes it really difficult to find the most basic need, water! They rely on a wind mill and a few basic wells. Bottled water is expensive and difficult to access from the village.
Your purchases support Sandra’s family business to make a decent living while preserving indigenous ancestral techniques.
We believe work gives a sense of achievement and empowers communities. Work can break the poverty cycle!
Due to the zip, fits a laptop or tablet of max H29cm W24cm
The actual bag is H30cm W27cm
Meet your artisans
Sandra is a leader in her community. She runs their family business and is a very active woman who leads community projects such us the veggie garden and projects to bring drinking water to her village.
Their family business is a family tradition, their daily activities run around it and is a skill passed on by generations.
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