Bead by Bead: Reviving an Ancient African Tradition: The Monkeybiz Bead Project

Reviving an ancient beading tradition in Southern Africa, this resource showcases the funky, innovative, and visually stunning bead art created by the woman of MonkeyBiz, a uniquely successful grassroots project that gives employment to poor women and provides them with skills training and HIV AIDS support The project employs 450 disadvantaged women from around Cape Town,Reviving an ancient beading tradition in Southern Africa, this resource showcases the funky, innovative, and visually stunning bead art created by the woman of MonkeyBiz, a uniquely successful grassroots project that gives employment to poor women and provides them with skills training and HIV AIDS support The project employs 450 disadvantaged women from around Cape Town, and serves as a model for nongovernmental organizations and individuals who wish to harness creativity to create employment and empowerment.
Bead by Bead Reviving an Ancient African Tradition The Monkeybiz Bead Project Reviving an ancient beading tradition in Southern Africa this resource showcases the funky innovative and visually stunning bead art created by the woman of MonkeyBiz a uniquely successful grassro

  • Title: Bead by Bead: Reviving an Ancient African Tradition: The Monkeybiz Bead Project
  • Author: Barbara Jackson Kristy Evans Dion Viljoen
  • ISBN: 9781770093829
  • Page: 497
  • Format: Paperback
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