Luxury african handbags that empower women - Innovation @ E2Expo
Updated : November 2020
Enabling underprivileged women education through fashion accessories business
In partnership with women-owned businesses and local artisans in Africa, they make handbags and accessories that are the ultimate symbols of empowerment; every product sold pays tuition for girls in under-served African communities. They are associated with two organizations - Camfed and Bridge. The bags are weaved using Aso-oke which is a traditional African textile hand loomed by Yoruba women in Nigeria. It is traditionally worn on special occasions and now is part of the the handbags and accessories of Olori.
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Olori through its partnerships with Bridge and Camfed ensure cost, conflict, child marriage, child labour and lower social status do not come in the way of a girl education in the regions of Nigeria. Every penny spent ensures that the girl child receiver quality education and moves into a better future for herself.