Grandmothers 4 Grandmothers Regina is pleased to offer a variety of merchandise for sale in the community. We choose to support the craftswomen of sub-Saharan Africa by acquiring products from grassroots organizations in Africa, whose members are creating products for sale. The income from the sale of these handcrafted items means that African women can put food on the table and send the children to school.  Other items, such as bags and scarves, are made locally, often by our own talented members. All proceeds from these sales are donated to the Stephen Lewis Foundation’s Grandmothers Campaign.


Children’s Aprons

Bag 1   Bag 2                   

Apron 2   Apron 1                                    


Tribal Textiles in Zambia is proud of its collaboration with the local community. The artistic talents of employees have helped to make the company a global success. Training is provided to employees so that skills can be developed. Education and health support is also provided for employees and their families and a regular wage which keeps the extended family in basic food and support. The company is recognised by fair trade buyers worldwide.

Available currently are:   18” x 18”; children’s aprons 22” long x 18” wide;

Tribal Textiles employs 85 staff from the surrounding community. Traditionally, employment has been generated from subsistence agriculture and more recently through seasonal tourism generated by development of safari and game lodges in and surrounding the South Luangwa National Park. 


Tote Bags

Table Napkins

Bowl Cozies (currently sold out!)

 Contact:  to purchase items.