RoHo Reflections

Caleigh Hernandez
Meet Our Artisans!

Meet Our Artisans!

Who Made My Clothes? Curious about the stories behind our artisans? We love to share who they are and where they came from! We've selected 5 for you today, although will expand on our list through future blog posts!     Jacqueline is one of our most talented Master Beaders. Jacqueline left her education in secondary school and was working as a vegetable vendor in the local market. That is until she heard about Lydia's workshop from a neighbor four years ago. She speaks Lua, Swahili and some English and has three children. Her three year old, Stanley, keeps her...

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Allison Fox
RoHo's Upcoming Trip & How To Follow Us

RoHo's Upcoming Trip & How To Follow Us

We've been slower in posting lately because we've had our hands full planning our upcoming trip to Kenya & Tanzania! We'll be gone a number of weeks meeting with our current artisans as well as new craft groups making gorgeous products throughout Kenya.

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Caleigh Hernandez
8 Ways You Can Make A Difference in the World

8 Ways You Can Make A Difference in the World

Many of us want to be altruistic, to make a positive impact on the world. We consider ourselves to be global citizens, but don’t necessarily feel a calling to move to a conflict zone or a rural village in a developing country to work firsthand on these issues. So how do we ensure that from a distance we are supporting global causes that are meaningful and effective? We’re bombarded everyday with information about wars, conflicts, global warming, poverty, disease, etc. It is overwhelming and can ultimately causes us to become paralyzed. Instead of contributing to these causes, we can become...

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Caleigh Hernandez
The Story of Evod

The Story of Evod

We drove an hour and a half into the “bush” to meet with this young boy, Evod. He was shy and quiet the entire interview, looking down a majority of the time. When I did finally make eye contact with him, I noticed that his eyes involuntarily shook. 

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