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Trading African out of Poverty. Quality hand made goods from  Widows and orphans in African                
Arts in Africa
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Hand Crafted accessories from Africa
Hand made JewelleryCraftsHand woven paintingHand woven bagRack, HolderAfrican  cushionsHand woven basketsfruit basket
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hand woven basket from Rwanda
Mama Africa hand crafted in Ghana
man blowing his instructment crafted in ghana hand woven craft
We have high quality unique Homewares that would enhance your home decor. All the products I buy are hand made.  I buy direct from the local resident in the villages. I also partner with local charities who support the local community.
My goal is to trade Africa out of poverty by

●Supporting local  churches/charities in building strong communities.
●Trading with local resident and support traders with raw materials and training. Support the building of Local infrastructure like hospitals, health clinics, farms,
training centre. We are safe reliable and make a commitment to deliver your goods on time.

Africa celebrate your home with hand made African home wares


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Registered company for is Asante crafts ltd. company no: 5992222   
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 Stylish Candleholder

Hand made from the finest wood. This candleholder would enhance your decor
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Baskets hand-woven in Rwanda .

Widow use an ancient basketry technique, which has been passed down from one generation to the next. Technique proven to produce perfectly symmetrical bowls. 
crafts from Ghana

Crafts from Ghana
n Ghana we Partner with a widow who supports her six children and her elderly parents
We pay a fair price for our goods
We support our partner in buying equipments to build her business

African hand woven painting
african woman carrying bowl hand woven in africa
Made by Widow in Ghana who support her family by weaving portrait of African women holding their bowls

 Add a touch of ethnic crafts to your home: benefits of Ethnic decor

 *A beautiful environment: You would be surrounded by beautiful arts and crafts, from candleholder to
 * Your home would stand out from the rest. *Sharing in the personal experience of the people who hand crafted the accessories. * Support local traders in Africa: All the crafts are from local very small businesses.

Hope for Africa →→ Good news stories on Africa
*Lots of Africa countries are well on track to meet their Millennium Development goals before the 2015 deadline *Top five countries globally with the greatest potential for economic growth are Rwanda, Liberia, Cambodia, Zambia and The Gambia, *Africa is open for business,
All Craft made by local artisans in Africa.
        Made using longer lasting           
           African  Mahogany wood.