Purchase the handcrafted Yatta Purse to provide sustainable income and assist in the recovery and restoration of victims of human exploitation who are now employed as artisans at the Yatta Vocational Training Centre operated by Mully Children’s Family in Kenya.
The purse is quilted with beautiful African fabric. One fabric contains crosses and suns. Another fabric has sisal strands, symbolizing how a cord of 3 strands cannot be easily broken. Mully Children’s Family has been able to bring needy children together and to provide for them physically, spiritually, emotionally, and psychologically. The children in Mully Children’s Family are from different backgrounds and tribes, yet they are woven into one cord and remain united by the power of the Most High.
The purse features an interior zipped pocket and a zipper closure. Measures 7.5-by-0.5-by-9 inches tall. The adjustable strap measures 0.75-by-52 inches long.
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About this Artisan
Mully Children’s Family
Mully Children’s Family developed the Yatta Vocational Training Centre to help alleviate poverty by providing young women an education, job skills training, and mentoring in parenting. This two-year training program rescues an average of 100 exploited young women every year. The training center liberates girls who live on the streets, are victims of abuse, or are orphans. A group of young women at the training center hand-painted necklaces and quilted purses in order to earn a fair wage. All of these young women are being discipled to develop lives shaped by the assurance of eternal hope.