While traveling to Uganda in the summer of 2007, Kallie Dovel met women making paper beads but who lacked a plan to market and sell them. A year later, 31 Bits started buying jewelry from 6 women on a monthly basis.
Since then, they have grown to 110 women; each with a unique story of suffering that has been overcome with joy and liberation.
Their program equips individuals by providing literacy education, financial and vocational training, holistic care, and strong support systems, empowering them to further their careers and attain social equity.
Each piece of jewelry is handmade using 100% recycled paper and other local materials. By selling these products in the international market, they are able to generate a profit that is used to continue purchasing jewelry for their beneficiaries, as well as provide them with numerous development programs.
Every 31 Bits necklace and bracelet changes a woman's life!
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