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KIIUKA Cooperative

We were very happy, and we were hoping that our work would be improved and developed. [highlight] . .[/highlight]We continued to work with Azizi Life; they trained us on new products like spoons, wooden toys, and all kinds of products we make today because we only made bookends and nativity sets before Azizi Life.

Inzira ya Vision

"Path of Vision" cooperative is a group of young adult and experienced woodcarvers who are passionate and committed to push the limits of wood by making beautiful handmade wood crafts. [highlight]Isidor Ahisaziye learned to carve as a youth from one of the older artisans. Now Isidor, his wife and two children are sustained through his work. As an experienced artisan, Isidor is now teaching neighboring youth his art.[/highlight]

Agaseke k’Amahoro Cooperative

The artisans of Agaseke k’Amahoro weave Traditional Grass Peace Baskets. The cooperative, born from the turmoil of the genocide, is comprised of neighbors from both sides of the conflict, working together for peace and reconciliation. Their vision is to promote peace within and outside their group as they practice their art for their livelihood. [highlight]“We must continue to work for wholeness.
We must continue to pray for peace.”
- Pascasie Mukamuligo, President[/highlight]