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Ornaments Galore‌ Share dignity as you trim your tree! This holday season, we have a variety of ornaments and decorations for you to choose from. In an assortment of colors and designs, made by the hands of artisans in East Africa, by purchasing one of these gorgeous ornaments, you are encouraging a man or woman thousands of miles away to continue in their trade!

Beaded treasures Our beaded ornaments come from Maasai mamas all over Tanzania. Each ornament features wire molded and then beaded by hand. Wages paid to Maasai women allow the mamas to build sufficient homes, buy clean water, and send their children to local schools.

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(various styles) from $3

Redeemed metal masterpieces Tanzanian artisan Peter works full-time to fashion our stars and doves from recycled metal. Peter’s work supports his son’s college education. (various styles) from $5

Paper bead simplicity Paper beads are a simple but lovely addition to any tree. Made by women who are deaf and have physical disabilities in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

(various styles) from $4

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For the home Style your space with dignity Our home goods are versatile, beautiful, and do more good! From the use of African textiles to pieces made by hand from redeemed materials, each piece is sure to start a conversation!

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Fill your home with stories. Every home is filled with stories, especially during the holidays. When you dress your home with Karama products, you intersect the life of your family with the lives of our African artisans- you may be providing a mother with a living wage, offering a man an opportunity to grow in his trade, or supporting women who are refugees.

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Colors and fibers

Made from redeemed metal by an independent artisan in Bagamoyo, an area in Tanzania notoriously known in history for slave trade, this cross represents redemption and freedom.

Choose from a wide selection of products featuring Tanzanian ugwafu grass and African textile. All made by Tanzanian and Burundian women. (various styles, Mipaka pictured) from $16.00

$45.00

Cover your pillow

Towels and throws

Add color to any room with one of our pillow covers. Made from selected African fabrics and sewn by Tanzanian artisans, our pillow covers are sure to be a gorgeous accent for your home.

Woven from Ethiopian cotton, our napkins, towels, and throws in both earth tones and vibrant brights will beautifully adorn any room of your home.

(various styles, Kuba pictured) from $35.00

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(various styles, Dancing Throw pictured) from $24.00


Simple Gifts Our finds for everyone on your list! Journals

Papa, Mama, and Baby Owls

Our wide selection of colorful journals are a perfect little gift for friends and neighbors. Made by Tanzanians with disabilities. (various items, Kitenge Journal pictured) from $6.00

Refreshing Body Butter

These adorable pillows can fly solo as a gift, or pair them for the cutest combination to surprise the little one in your life.

For the friend who needs a little pampering, this botanical blend made in Malawi is sure to do the trick. Available in Citrus and Lavender.

from $15.00

$20.00

iPad Case

Lucia Hoops

Rainbow Beach Towel

This chic design is sure to keep your iPad protected. Screenprinted and sewn by women recovering from fistula surgery in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

These gorgeous hoops made from recycled metal are made by women who are HIV+ in Ethiopia. The ideal gift for your fashionista friend.

Perfect for your friend who loves to travel, this colorful towel is made of Ethiopian cotton.

$20.00

$38.00

(various styles, Stripes pictured) $20.00

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Zanzibar earrings

Shibishibi scarf

Frillness clutch Cute and compact, the Frillness clutch comes in a variety of African textiles to suit your style. Made by men and women with disabilities in Tanga, Tanzania. (various styles, Queen of Spades pictured) $24.00

This sheer, lightweight cotton scarf is perfect for everyday wear. Made by artisans in Ethiopia.

These oyster earrings are hand cut to create a delicate mother of pearl. Made by artisans in Zanzibar.

(various colors, black pictured) $20.00

$60.00

Rosebud Earrings

Malawi headband

Flour sack tote

Easy for styling on the go or, these rosebud earrings are made from recycled cotton clothing to support a drug and alcohol rehabilitation program in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

This chic headband showcases African textiles and earthy colors. Style it with fabric expanded, or folded back for a more classic look. Made by artisans in Malawi.

Made from recycled flour sacks, burlap, and African textile, this tote will soon become your go-to bag! Made by women in Arusha, Tanzania who are HIV+.

(assorted colors, pictured in Sunshine) $12.00

$9.00

(various styles, every bag is unique!) $25.00

Threads of gold

Bethlehem necklace

Saba wrap

Enjoy the simple elegance as these layers of gold wrap around your wrist. Made from recycled metals by women in Ethiopia who are HIV+.

Make a statement any time you wear the Bethlehem necklace. Made from recycled metals by women in Ethiopia who are HIV+.

Wrap yourself on an evening out in a beautiful combination of mulberry Ethiopian silk. Made by artisans in Ethiopia

$30.00

$74.00

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Give more this holiday season. Give dignity. Share the story. We believe that in a world of Black Fridays and consumerism insanity, there is a way to give more. Karama is an Arabic word that means dignity and a Swahili word meaning something to share. Karama desires to share dignity with African artisans who might otherwise be resigned to a live of poverty. We desire to share life with artisans, and in turn, lead them to share their lives with you. In the end, it’s not about the product, but the life behind it. Karama’s mission is to provide a market for high-quality African products and to build relationships with African artisans and businesses. We partner with small local African businesses and assist them in financing, designing, and marketing their products in the US. Proceeds from sales benefit YoungLife Africa. When you purchase from Karama this holiday season, you are giving more!

Karama Online Store www.karamagifts.com US Store 6840 Logan Drive Suite B Evansville, Indiana 47715

Karama Holiday Gift Guide  

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