Recap: Live Interview w/ Adam Thomson

Adam has played a significant role throughout the history of our work, however, there has been one aspect of his contribution that has truly been most important. Adam was the member of our team who was a Cultural Anthropologist, by education and how he naturally interacts with the world around him. He has worked closely with our global teams on the development and execution of our social impact programs.

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LEGACY // The Changing Face of Northern Uganda

Over the last ten years of our work, a huge pillar of our success has been our mentors. These women are local to the communities we work in and help beneficiaries hone their skills, build relationships, and achieve success outside of our programs. Discover this legacy through the eyes of Christine, one of our mentors at KK Uganda.

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LEGACY // Starting Krochet Kids intl. in Peru

Over the course of 5 years they established Krochet Kids Peru to what it is today. They introduced a cut & sew apparel program on top of the headwear production we started with and they saw the first group of women graduate from our programs. We are forever indebted to this family and endlessly inspired by their commitment to lifting other up around them.

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Recounting the First Business Plan Competition (Peru)

The Business Plan Competition is a right of passage for the women who take part in our empowerment programs, as it puts many of the skills and trainings we do to the test. Even more, hosting the first competition is a milestone moment for the program location as well. Uganda had done business plan competitions previously, but in 2015 it was Krochet Kids Peru’s turn.

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[VIDEO] A Product Story: ‘the Pike’

There are people behind each product you buy. A thousand unique fibers connect you to them, and yet, how often are you able to actually connect with them? Learn how ‘the Pike’ weekender bag and every other product made at Krochet Kids intl. connects people far away from one another.

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Honoring Mothers

Over 93% of the women in our program are mothers. This Mother’s Day, we are honoring them by sharing their dreams for their children.

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