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African artisans have produced some of the world’s most beautiful artwork, jewelry, crafts and more. Give a unique gift of African coffee or art made from recycled materials. Purchase a tee shirt or cap to support the work of our members. Splurge on something special for yourself including music CDs with songs from Uganda or candles in the shape of African wildlife– almost too beautiful to burn. Your purchases will help support the work of the Aid for Africa members featured below. All purchases are made through Aid for Africa members. Please direct any inquiries to the individual members.

product imageAid for Africa Sponsor: All Kids Lamps

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By shopping at AllKidsLamps.com you can help provide education, medical care, water, food, clothing, and shelter to children in need in Africa. 50% of profits will be donated to Aid for Africa and its members when you mention us in the comments section during checkout. Visit>

 

Member Shops

product imageInvisible Children
Items made by Ugandans, including handbags and bracelets. T-shirts and apparel, videos, cards and books. Visit >

product imageLubuto Library Project
Lovely scarves by J & J Designs San Francisco, incorporating the traditional tree and elephant symbols that decorate the first Lubuto Library. The scarves are 100% pure silk. Visit >

product imageThe Fistula Foundation
Necklaces, bracelets, scarves, and tribute cards. Visit >

product imageWorld Bicycle Relief
Women and men’s t- shirts, cycling clothing, and other apparel. World Bicycle Relief’s ZIPP signature bicycle aprons, patches, CDs, and water bottles. Visit >

product imageHope Through Health
Hand-made beaded AIDS solidarity ribbons support women in Togo. Visit >

product imagecharity: water
Water bands, t- shirts, water ties, thermos hydration bottles, Blue Planet Run book, Holiday e-cards. Visit >

product imageAfrican Conservancy Marketplace
Handmade art, candles, and more by African artisans sold directly throught African Conservancy. Books, CDs, clothing and electronics offered through partners Amazon.com and Ex Officio. All benefits from purchases are channeled back into the organization’s African projects. Visit >

product imageSouth Africa Partners
Children’s books by South African authors and illustrated by South African artists. For each book sold, South African Partners donates a book in the purchaser’s name to a South African school. Visit >

product imageMuseum for African Art
Features many one-of-a-kind crafts, household and decorative objects. Items are produced exclusively for the Museum by artisans and craftspeople and imported directly from Africa. Purchases support local African artisans and museum programs. Visit >

product imageCarolina for Kibera
LightBox is a powerful book of photography and narratives by the young women of the Binti Pamoja Cente in Kibera, Kenya. All of the book proceeds benefit the Binti Pamoja Scholarship Fund. Scholarships are awarded to girls and young women in Kibera to assist their families in covering school fees for high school. Each scholarship requires $150 annually, and we are always in need of donors. Visit >

product imageSolar Cookers International
A variety of products related to solar cooking and solar water pasteurization. All proceeds directly support the work of Solar Cookers International. Visit >

product imageSave Africa’s Children
Annual Calendar, the book Free to Dream, by Charles E. Blake, Sr. and Save Africa’s children’s bracelets. Visit >

product imageChildren of Uganda
Music CDs, clothing, and handicrafts. Visit >

product imageThe Touch Foundation
Purchase “who cares?” t-shirts and canvas tote bags. Visit >

product imageTostan
T-shirts, tote bags and accessories. Visit >

product imageFoundation for International Medical Relief of Children
Scrubs and t-shirts. Visit >

product imageChildVoice International
Items made by Ugandan women, including beaded bracelets, necklaces, lanyards, and other jewelry and shoulder bags. “Follow the Sound of my Voice” t-shirts. Visit >

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