If you are looking for a different gift this is your place.
In addition to the baskets that you can find in the online store, we want to offer you the possibility of configuring your solidarity basket with a range of varied products, books and articles that come from Africa and that all collaborate with projects that we believe to be really worth it.
Below, we break down what options are available, but in order for us to make you the most adjusted budget and the most complete pack, we need you to send us an email to email@example.com where you explain to us which products have called your attention.
Configure your solidarity basket with:
Illustrated albums, whose protagonists are people at risk of exclusion and with which we intend to make a group or a specific situation visible.
This illustrated album is not just another book about war.
It is the story of two brothers,
of a bombardment, of a devastated city...
A book without words to tell the reality of many people who at one point in their lives lost their homes.
Nino, Nana and Nono are having a race. Believe it or not, it doesn't matter who gets there first. The really important thing is to discover that you can run in many ways.
Storybooks of oral tradition from African communities, collected by Ana C. Herreros and illustrated by Daniel Tornero, together with the kids of the towns we have visited. They are books that bring together projects in the story collection areas, projects with which we collaborate with the profits from each book.
Book of stories collected in Lower Casamance, in Senegal, which collaborates with a Library in Oussouye, where literacy classes are taught to women.
Book of stories collected in the refugee camps of Tindouf and Bojador, where the Saharawi population waits for the conflict with Morocco to end so they can return to their land.
Book of stories collected from the population with albinism in Mozambique, which collaborates with a care centre for children and adults with this condition that Africa Directo manages together with the Mercedarian Sisters of Maputo.
Book of stories collected from the Baka population that lives in the jungle of southern Cameroon, which collaborates with the projects that the Zerca y Lejos association develops in the area. Educational, health, infrastructure and human rights defense projects.
Handmade textile products that come from the projects with which we collaborate in different countries of the African continent.
Albino bunny plush. Handmade by the people of the Casa do Gaiato craftsmanship in Maputo. No two are the same, everyone is dressed differently with the typical capulanas of Mozambique.
Notebooks in two sizes with handmade covers of different capulana fabrics, by the albino women of Maputo.
Large notebook: 22 x 15 cm
Small notebook: 18 x 13 cm
We also have other textile products such as aprons, bags, backpacks, headbands and much more...
More information, budgets and design of Christmas baskets at firstname.lastname@example.org