Artisans

Aman  
Jewlery
Aman is from a large family of 10 kids and is now married with 5 children of his own. He started working in Kibera in 1993 making bone kitchen utensils, a skill he... Read More
Margret  
Beading
Margret is from the Ngong Hills. She learned beading from her mother-in-law shortly after being married. She used her newly found beading skills to support... Read More
William  
Bone
William is the younger brother of Nitakula’s lead artisan Aman. He began learning how to work with bone in 1995 while being trained by Aman. He now has... Read More
Robert  
Woodworking
Robert has been a woodworker since he was 18. He began learning the craft right after he finished high school as way to support himself and to also help support his 10 younger brothers and sisters... Read More
Bernard  
Bone
Barnard starting learning how to work with bone in 1995. His older brothers all work in the same industry and began teaching him. He only went to school until the age of ten so he... Read More