NAP Africa is teaming up with Louise Hogarth, the founder of theUbuntu Bracelet Campaign, to raise money for 2 causes with the purchase of one bracelet. Inspired by the women she met in South Africa while filming her documentary, “Angels in the Dust,” Louise Hogarth decided she needed to do something to help them fight against poverty and unemployment.
Louise developed an innovative campaign based on the universal philosophy, “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you,” and incorporating the Xhosa word meaning “Humanity toward others.”
Since participating in The Ubunto Orphan Bracelet Campaign, NAP Africa has succesfully raised money to support our many humanitarian projects in Zimbabwe as well as help AIDS orphans by equipping their primary caretakers - usually women - with the means to sustain themselves and improve their health.
100% of the proceeds from orphan bracelet purchases help the Jabulani Villagers of rural Zimbabwe as well as women and children with the Ubuntu Project whose lives have been severely impacted by HIV/AIDS.
A $5.00 shipping and handeling will apply to all mail orders. You will be refunded any additional handeling charges if the order consists of a variety of sizes.
Ndebele Art Project is a 501.c.3 US charity formed to address the urgent needs of the Jabulani carving artists and their families living outside of Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, Africa. These villagers are simple people, living without electricity or running water. It is a joy to see these talented artists practice their world renowned craft, yet heart-breaking to witness the slow, painful destruction of their health and well being.
It is our hope and prayer that you will join us in 'carving a brighter future' in the Jabulani Village.