Tuesday, March 2, 2010



Looking for the ‘perfect gift’ or just want to spoil yourself whilst helping local communities? Look no further . . . we are pleased to bring you a 'Limited Edition’ of recycled jewelry from Uganda'.

This beautiful 'Long Recycled Paper Necklace from Uganda' is yours today for only $25.99 + shipping and handling of $2.95. Three dollars will go to Uganda per purchase to assist local communities sustain themselves . . . what a nice way of ‘giving back’.

This 'Limited Edition Long Recycled Paper Necklace from Uganda' features are;

o Novel, beautiful and recycled, jewelry doesn't get better than that
o Necklace is made from beads of glossy paper from old calendars and brochures
o Jewelry is finished with interspersed glass seed beads
o Each necklace measures approximately 50 inches long, but every piece will vary slightly
o Secures with a plastic screw-in clasp
o Long enough for a double loop

Please note: necklace has a screw-together clasp that is similar in appearance to the paper beads.

The Story Behind the Art:

Uganda Crafts 2000 Ltd. is a Ugandan-owned Fair Trade Craft wholesaler that provides employment and training for the disadvantaged, particularly women, youth, the disabled, and those living with HIV/AIDS. As a member of IFAT, the International Fair Trade Association, Uganda 2000 Ltd. ensures that the craftspeople are paid a sustainable wage for the work they do.

What is Worldstock?

The handcrafted nature of this product will produce minor differences in design and sizing. Subtle variations will occur from piece to piece, adding to its unique qualities. Measurements may vary slightly.

To place your order, simply communicate with Gerhard Le Roux via gerhard@2afrika.com and please note that only Money Orders or Bank Checks are accepted as a form of payment for this ‘Limited Edition Recycled Paper Necklace’ while socks last!

2AFRIKA, INC. is fully committed to your Satisfaction, Security, and Safety at all times, and is actively involved in 'Corporate Social Responsibility in Tourism'