Month: February 2019

BAMBOO FABRIC AS AN AFFORDABLE SUSTAINABLE ALTERNATIVE IN THE FASHION INDUSTRY

When sustainable fashion first burst onto the scene, we were introduced to a number of “eco-friendly” fabrics, such as organic cotton, tencel, and bamboo. Each carried sustainable properties, whether that meant being free of pesticides or fertilizers, produced in a closed-loop system, or made from durable and renewable materials At first, BAMBOO fabric made a lot of …

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CHANGING THE WORLD ONE CUP OF UJI AT A TIME: INITIATIVE BY FRANCIS OTIENO AMONDE

What a great time we live in. Wondering why? I am going to feature one of Kenya’s Youth Initiatives by an enterprising gentleman called Francis Otieno Amonde. His CupOfUji Initiative was founded on 5th January 2011, whose mission is towards Sustainable Development Goal number 2 of Zero Hunger, through a daily cup of Uji ( …

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