These gorgeous hexagonal mats are made from recycled bottle tops covered in printed cotton! Made by and empowering young women in Uganda
The Paul Hodges Trust is a charity that works to tackle poverty in sub-Saharan Africa. They focus on breaking the cycle of poverty through empowering women and girls living in some of Africa’s poorest communities
These mats are handmade in Uganda under Fair Trade conditions - every product is unique!
100% of the revenue The Paul Hodges Trust generates is reinvested in the charity, enabling them to empower more women with the skills and income they need to escape poverty
Made from recycled materials: these mats are made from leftover fabric and plastic bottle tops which would otherwise have been thrown away
Striking, unique and planet-friendly too! These beautiful handmade mats are made from materials otherwise destined for rivers and dumps in Uganda. Young tailors upcycle waste bottle tops and leftover cotton fabric into these fabulous new products. These mats enable young women to earn fair incomes to support themselves and their families.
The Paul Hodges Trust invest their earnings into girls’ education and women's empowerment in Ghana, Uganda and Sierra Leone.
What you get:
Each mat is handmade and measures approximately 24.5cm x 24cm across, and 1.5cm high
Care: mats can be wiped clean or hand washed with soap & water if needed.
Please note: these products are handmade and designs can vary slightly. We think this is part of the appeal as every item is unique to you. Please be aware that the colours and print may be slightly different to the images shown
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