We pride ourselves at retaining the ability to engage indigenous communities through listening to their needs rather than pitching our opinions alone.

Once we understand their complete socio-economic needs, we research an appropriate response which matches & compliments their efforts, allowing for realistic and adaptive growth.

Examples of this approach is found in our work with the Shehybi tribe of Bahy'din oasis, on the verge of the Sahara in Egypt's western desert. There, between 2009 - 2011 we assisted over 120 Bedouin women to re-engage with their almost forgotten traditional beaded hand-craft & weaving traditions. We continue to develope markets for them in the UK.

Currently based in Kenya, we'll be available to advise pastoral groups in the arid northern territories on how they may connect to new East African & ethical, international markets in the UK & EU.

As the ethical consumer spending in the UK continues to rise by an average of 20% per annum, our community-work in Africa, essentially connects indigenous communities to these ethical markets abroad with opportunities that would otherwise have been out of their reach.

Once we establish 'Journeys of Cultural Exchange' to these new territories, the whole collaboration between 'North & South' comes into full effect with Northern visitors realising first-hand what the Indigenous South truly has to offer.

See our CORE activites.

Have a look at some organisations doing great work HERE