Items We love
Notes from our Creative Director "Current contents of various plateaus: crayons, unopened mail, and lemons."
Practicing a time-honored weaving technique, artisans use a needle and thread to wrap hand-dyed strands of sisal around bunches of sweetgrass- all of which is grown and sourced locally from Rwanda.
On August 2nd, Indego will celebrate the success of 25 young artisans as they graduate from Indego’s second semester of Young Leaders Academy and improve the operations of their cooperatives across Rwanda!
what our artisan partners are saying
Education means so much to me. It is the most important legacy we can leave our descendants & the most powerful tool we can use to change people's lives.
One thing I've learned is that we can achieve so much more together than we ever can alone.
I’ve learned to think big! My self-esteem has gone up and I am proud of the dignified and empowered woman I’ve become.