Our Imfibinga Double hope bracelets are made from seeds of the Imfibinga trees of Eswatini, Africa. These seeds are collected in Southern Africa. These are also known as "Job's tears" or river stones. These seeds can be found in natural gray colors or varying shades. These seeds are often used as teethers by many locals.
These unique bracelets are hand-beaded by the Khutsala™ Artisans, creating valuable employment in a country with unemployment estimates as high as 70%. 100% of the profits from the sale of Khutsala™ goods go directly back to the care of the children living on Project Canaan in Eswatini, Africa.
Spread hope with each purchase you make, give back to a worthy cause and give yourself a reminder to have hope with this unique, stackable jewelry set.
Over 50% of the population in Eswatini, Africa is living below the poverty line and make less than $2 per day. Khutsala meanings "hard-working" in the siSwati language.
Over 100 people are currently employed at Khutsala™ Artisans and since each Swazi provides for 13 other family members on average, nearly 1,300 people are impacted in surrounding communities. Work gives us all purpose. It nurtures dignity and self-worth.
100% of the profits from the sale of Khutsala™ goods go directly back to the care of the children living on Project Canaan in Eswatini, Africa.