Milulu is a reed-like grass found in Tanzania and suitable for making durable baskets. Natural and dyed grasses are handwoven to create a captivating design, perfected by and subsequently named after the skilled weaver, Malia. You'll find many uses for this stylish basket, from storing shoes, books or throws, to holding a healthy plant.
13"W x 13"H
Basket can be rinsed with cool water and reshaped if needed
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Vikapu Bomba in Tanzania embodies the vision of Catherine Shembilu to create sustainable income for talented, rural women. For many women living in the lush southern highlands, life centers around subsistence farming, cooking, cleaning, and caring for children. Women can weave baskets between their other duties, working daily to earn money to pay school fees, buy food, procure farming supplies and contribute to savings. When a woman has money of her own to use or share, she has greater influence over her life and future.