A small designer offers fair wages and rewarding work in a safe environment to Colombian victims of forced displacements or single parents.
This purchase will also support preservation projects culture for the Wounaan Aboriginal tribe; a people particularly affected by the Colombian armed conflict.
For the realization of each mobile, panels of wood are cut by hand, then hand painted with conformal paints to European standards for babies.
The cords are made of natural hemp.
The decorations are organic tagua nuts: a vegetable ivory used for hundreds of years by the Quechuas to make jewellery.