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Written by ChrisK

March 8, 2019 is a website, that partially shares a story of two brothers that were brought up in Kenya, in East Africa and online shopping platform for african-themed handmade products and accessories.

More about the Africulture Shop
The products sold on the website e-commerce section are majorly jewelery and interior decor-styled. These include Bed sheets, Leather belts, wallets, key chains, bracelets. These products are handcrafted by locals in the maasai community and it’s done using traditional techniques – hence guaranteeing quality and longevity.
Other products offered on the africulture shop are backpacks, beach towels, beach-wrap for women, scarf, table cloth, fleece blankets, pillow cases, picnic sheets and dresses made from kikoy – which is a 100% soft cotton fabric
For the orders placed online, after processing; the africulture team sends you a parcels within a bracket timeline of 48 hours and 14 days – varying due to customer’s location. DHL company delivers the parcels and payment modes include PayPal, Credit Cards & manual bank transfer options.
Should the customer fail to have a complete satisfaction on the products purchased, the items can be shipped back and refunds processed excluding the shipping costs.

Charity Work
Not only does the Africulture entail in fashionable accessories; they help local communities especially focusing on women and children. For instance, there’s a special children’s home – which is an orphanage center for children with disabilities in Nairobi, and not only do they offer help to the children – but to their mothers as well. Some work as cooks, others as assistants to the teachers and physicians.
Furthermore, most of the African jewelery, including the Swahili earrings, necklaces and bracelets; are crafted by women in this special children center within Nairobi. These women are also trained professionally and given official duties within the institution.
Amidst helping the children with special needs, the Africulture team also supports a primary school within the Kibera slum in Nairobi – by offering better accommodation supplies, food products, learning materials including computers and financial support as well.

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