handcrafted items made in Tanzania
Artisanal boutique shop in Northern Tanzania featuring unique handmade items.
What We Do
Natural soaps and cosmetics that are made by hand with local ingredients. These are uber gentle and nourishing on skin as well as smelling amazing!
Cloth menstrual pads are a sustainable option that provide dignified solutions for girls and women that otherwise go without. We are a proud Gold Standard Days for Girls Enterprise!
The only cloth nappy producers in Tanzania, these are handsewn by our talented tailors, along with our entire baby line of products including sleepsacs, carriers, booties, and toys!
Soap, clothing, baby bassinet, handbags, pouches, handwoven blankets, shea butter, cloth pads, lip balm, cloth nappies, Days for Girls, masks, PPE, baby carriers, organic cotton onesies, essential oils, sleepsacs, natural baby toys
Days for Girls Menstrual Health Kits
Why You’ll Love Us
We create beautiful products while providing employment opportunities for Tanzanian families.
- Locally made
- Wholesale/ Industrial
Loved working with Moskito to make our Days for Girls Project a reality. Great professionalism and sewing quality.
We are very happy with the Baby Toto soap. It is very gentle and cleared up the rashes on my baby’s skin.
I’m really appreciating having the natural soaps available locally. I have used many different kinds and love them all. My favourite is Kilimanjaro Coffee.
- Days for Girls Podcast!For those of you interested in the menstrual health movement, Days for Girls has a new podcast! Our workshop produces washable menstural pads in Tanzania, providing period dignity, and making possible for girls to stay in school while they areContinue reading “Days for Girls Podcast!”
- African Black SoapSo excited to have made my first African Black inspired soap. It’s not 100% true to traditional black soap as I didn’t make the lye from ash, but maybe that will be the next step! Can’t wait to try thisContinue reading “African Black Soap”
- TemboHeart Project UpdateFrom Lynn Marlow @ TemboHeart Project: I’m so happy to report that we have gone beyond our project goal for this year! Our first menstrual kit distribution and educational meeting took place September 9 at Osotwa Primary School at EndulenContinue reading “TemboHeart Project Update”