This jewelry was made by the Hope Again Women’s Project in Rakai, Uganda – where the first case of AIDS in the world was diagnosed. The women cut recycled magazines into strips, roll them into beads, and then shellac them. This necklace can be worn long, or wrapped twice around the neck to give a more chunky appearance.
The purchase of these necklaces provides income to women affected by the HIV/AIDS virus, which enables them to obtain medical care and support their children and orphans in their communities, and also helps feed children around the world.
This purchase provides 53 meals.
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