Here are the few photos that I took --
I bought this cute yellow beads necklace.
The men and women who created this jewelery and other crafts are sponsored by the Maa-Ma and Paa-pa group, which provides HIV+ men and women with a method to become economically stable by selling handmade items like jewelry, bags, baskets, leather good, and more. The website says:
Through the creation of beautiful Ugandan inspired handicrafts, the MaaMa- PaaPa psychosocial group provides its members with a chance at a life of economic stability and opportunity.
MaaMa-PaaPa Handicrafts not only teaches participants to make arts and crafts and manage a business, but to create for themselves hope in a life where there is little left.For these HIV+ mothers and fathers, MaaMa-PaaPa Handicrafts is a last chance at making a life for themselves and their families before the disease takes control.
Be sure to check out the Maa-ma and Paa-pa website for more information and how you can help!