Support Indego Africa and their work to empower Women in need

Indego Africa has been committed to providing women artisans with the resources they need to become leaders and change-makers in their communities.
In the year of our 10th Anniversary, now more than ever, it is necessary to come together to ensure equal opportunities for women and artisans around the world. This July, Indego Africa will host a photography showcase event that highlights our new initiative with artisan refugees at the Mahama Refugee Camp.
When: Wednesday, July 19th | Where: 28 Jay Street, Brooklyn (Dumbo)
In collaboration with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), Indego is providing vocational weaving skills and business training to a group of 50 refugees from Burundi currently living at the Mahama Camp in Rwanda. These women banded together to form the Akeza Burundi cooperative and are now handcrafting products for the Indego Africa collection.
The photography to be displayed is a creative project developed by Indego Africa with the purpose of providing visibility and perspective to the stories and lives of these remarkable women. These photographs showcase the successes we’ve seen throughout our partnership and present a positive, creative, and empowering outlook for the future.
EastPark Drive is proud to help raise awareness of Indego Africa and the important work they are doing. We hope you will help to support this organization. Please contact us directly for more information.