Denur Crafts is a small group of people, living in Kenya, who produce native handicrafts and jewelry. The group started in 1994 with just four women and has been growing ever since, presently with a membership of 40 women.
Members are selected according to a few simple criteria. One has to have skills to work by hand and have the possibility to work from their own home environment. We employ those who need a source of income in order to pay school costs for their children and/or raise the standard of living of their family. Women with children, who find themselves jobless, are given first priority. (Children are not involved in any aspect of our production.)