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Sorry missed your comment on my page re your Kenya visit as have been off the network for a while.
Trust you enjoyed your visit & got all you were sourcing for.
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I am head of Design and Production for an enterprise called The Ministry of Tomorrow, producing bags from a workshop in Nairobi, Kenya.
The Ministry of Tomorrow is an entertainment production company presenting novel artists, whistle blowers, and thought leaders with alternative realities and solutions to foster a more just and civil society. Underlying the event production side of the business is a fashion forward apparel brand; “The Ministry of Tomorrow” that develops garments in disenfranchised communities to create fair wage and sustainable jobs that would likely not have happened otherwise. The music and speaking events bring awareness to the Ministry of Tomorrow brand products and through responsible commerce, enable prosperity and sustainable livelihoods in the communities where our goods are sourced.
The Ministry of Tomorrow’s flagship project is located in Nairobi, Kenya just outside of Kibera, one of Africa’s largest slums. The facility that The Ministry of Tomorrow built and sponsors, produces designer men’s and woman’s bags. This facility produces about 300 hand made bags each month.
Career history / Company history:
The Ministry of Tomorrow- Head of Design and Production
Ted Baker- Production Coordinator
Hentsch Man- Wholesale and Production Manager
DAY Birger et Mikkelsen- Design Assistant
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