Massive Sale! Plus New Mamas, Kiddos, and Bracelets

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Muganda, which means "siblings" in the local language, is a campaign that started 4 years ago when Jovia (left) and her brother Jonathan (right) had been in and out of the classroom as their mother struggled to pay their school fees. By stringing and selling handmade bracelets, the siblings were able to put themselves back in the classroom and have now completed their primary education.

We are thrilled to announce that both Jonathan and Jovia joined AIA's Secondary Scholarship Program this year!

Now, Action in Africa's Muganda bracelet program has expanded to support 7 mothers in their efforts to keep their children in primary school. Pictured below are all the Mamas! 
Mama Kato, Jjaja Rahuma, Mama Tendo, Mama Imran (left to right standing)
Mama Meddie, Mama Sylvia, Mama Shaki (left to right sitting)
With Jonathan and Jovia now in secondary school, we have launched a new style of bracelets. 
Still three strands, two with dark brown beads and a third with a turquoise bead pattern. 

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