Friday, 25 November 2011
Last Sunday I helped out at a stall selling their beautiful jewellery. I could've very easily spent a lot of money as I love the designs.
Danusha works in partnership with Nepal Leprosy Trust to provide employment for people in rural Nepal. They produce ethically made jewellery for sale in Nepal and the UK.
Their jewellery is hand made by men and women in the south east of Nepal. Many of them have had leprosy, or have family members who've suffered from the disease. Sadly there's still a lot of stigma associated with leprosy so sufferers and their families often find it hard to make ends meet.
As Christians, Danusha feel it's important to work for justice and a fairer world. Danusha was set up to help leprosy affected people make a living and improve their quality of life.
Danusha have kindly provided this stunning Lapis bracelet for my giveaway.
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