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Simple Bracelet

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Simple Bracelet

10.00

Pictured on Emma's arm (first photo):
Grey Bone (top)
Atoti (middle)
Grey/Cream Bone (bottom)

Beads are synonymous with Africa…the bright colours, earthen tones, and of course, the semi- nomadic tribes with their beautifully adorned women.  
That Missing Piece started in 2006 with the purchase of an eclectic selection of products by Angela Stephens when she was working in Nairobi. Seven years on it has evolved into a women’s project where it trains a small number of disadvantaged ladies in the skills of jewellery design and manufacture.

By 2011 Angela had learnt how to make jewellery in Australia. She had been back and forth between Australia and Kenya and on returning to live in Nairobi decided that she would train other disadvantaged women.  

A personal story - Over the last few years, Njoki has been working with That Missing Piece making their beautiful jewellery. Njoki was one of the first four ladies that was trained in 2011. Njoki’s life, and the life of her family has changed through her involvement with That Missing Piece. Her four children who were not in school, are now all in school, she is able to pay their fees, provide food for her family and pay rent. Her life has changed. 

That Missing Piece aims is to empower women. Training women in a skill that can generate an income is the most effective method of lifting a family out of abject poverty. Our philosophy is to give a ‘hand up’ not a ‘hand out’. We create beautiful gifts…gifts that give hope.

Each bracelet is made with locally sourced African beads which are threaded onto clear elastic plastic beading cord.

Each bracelet measures 8cm outside diameter and 6cm inside diameter on stretchy elastic cord.

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Pictured on Emma's arm (first photo):
Grey Bone (top)
Atoti (middle)
Grey/Cream Bone (bottom)

Beads are synonymous with Africa…the bright colours, earthen tones, and of course, the semi- nomadic tribes with their beautifully adorned women.  
That Missing Piece started in 2006 with the purchase of an eclectic selection of products by Angela Stephens when she was working in Nairobi. Seven years on it has evolved into a women’s project where it trains a small number of disadvantaged ladies in the skills of jewellery design and manufacture.

By 2011 Angela had learnt how to make jewellery in Australia. She had been back and forth between Australia and Kenya and on returning to live in Nairobi decided that she would train other disadvantaged women.  

A personal story - Over the last few years, Njoki has been working with That Missing Piece making their beautiful jewellery. Njoki was one of the first four ladies that was trained in 2011. Njoki’s life, and the life of her family has changed through her involvement with That Missing Piece. Her four children who were not in school, are now all in school, she is able to pay their fees, provide food for her family and pay rent. Her life has changed. 

That Missing Piece aims is to empower women. Training women in a skill that can generate an income is the most effective method of lifting a family out of abject poverty. Our philosophy is to give a ‘hand up’ not a ‘hand out’. We create beautiful gifts…gifts that give hope.

Each bracelet is made with locally sourced African beads which are threaded onto clear elastic plastic beading cord.

Each bracelet measures 8cm outside diameter and 6cm inside diameter on stretchy elastic cord.