We spent some time in Kenya this summer visiting folks we used to work with. One place we visited, Kazuri Beads, has expanded to employ 350 people making glazed clay beaded jewellery and pottery. Thought I'd include a few of the many photos we took there.
|Clay beads drying in the sun.|
|She's made 900 beads per day for 30 years!|
|One of hundreds of jars of glazed beads ready for stringing.|
|women stringing beads|