The Maasai Bracelets campaign was born with the aim of eradicating two of the main forms of gender violence, Female Genital Mutilation and Child Marriage.

These two realities are closely related and affect millions of girls around the world.

Bracelets handmade by Maasai-Women from Kenya and Tanzania

Bracelets Features
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The Maasai Bracelets are handmade carefully by socially vulnerable women of the Maasai ethnic group in Kenya and Tanzania.

Although each bracelet is different and unique, they all have a common identity: they include an X enclosed in a rhombus, symbolizing the lack of freedom of African women.

The Maasai Bracelets are not a commercial item. They are neither bought nor sold. They are a gift to those who support the fight against violence against girls.

WHY ARE THEY SO IMPORTANT?

Women producers earn with them an income to support their families
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2 Euro of each bracelet goes directly to support women producers.

To be part of the project, women have to be in a serious situation of social or economic vulnerability and express their opposition to Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) and Forced Marriage of Girls.

Some of the women producers were engaged in practicing FGM on girls in their community. By changing this activity to the development of FGM, we are preventing hundreds of future mutilations.

Currently, more than 120 women in Kenya and Tanzania are working on the development of the Maasai Bracelets.

They allow the development of new projects aimed at eradicating violence against girls
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2 Euro from each bracelet is used to finance projects aimed at protecting and empowering girls and young women in vulnerable situations.

The economic resources obtained, together with other sources of funding, have allowed the development of more than 100 projects around the world since the beginning of the campaign.

All these projects have a common goal: to end all forms of violence against women and girls.

Get to know us!

They are a global symbol of the fight for gender equality
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The Maasai Bracelets are a symbol that makes people wearing them “agents” of awareness in their immediate environment.

When a person wears one or more Maasai Bracelets on their wrist, they publicly express their opposition to these terrible practices, creating social awareness in the face of realities such as Female Genital Mutilation or the Forced Marriage of Girls is an essential step towards their eradication.

DO YOU WANT TO COLLABORATE?

#EndFGM
#EndChildMarrige
#MaasaiBracelets
#PulserasMasai
#womensrights
#therighttobeagirl

The Maasai Bracelets campaign was born with the aim of eradicating two of the main forms of gender violence, Female Genital Mutilation
and Child Marriage.

These two realities are closely related and affect millions of girls around the world.

Bracelets handmade by Maasai-Women from Kenya and Tanzania

Bracelets Features
+
The Maasai Bracelets are handmade carefully by socially vulnerable women of the Maasai ethnic group in Kenya and Tanzania.

Although each bracelet is different and unique, they all have a common identity: they include an X enclosed in a rhombus, symbolizing the lack of freedom of African women.

The Maasai Bracelets are not a commercial item. They are neither bought nor sold. They are a gift to those who support the fight against violence against girls.

WHY ARE THEY SO IMPORTANT?

Women producers earn with them an income to support their families
+
2 Euro of each bracelet goes directly to support women producers.

To be part of the project, women have to be in a serious situation of social or economic vulnerability and express their opposition to Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) and Forced Marriage of Girls.

Some of the women producers were engaged in practicing FGM on girls in their community. By changing this activity to the development of FGM, we are preventing hundreds of future mutilations.

Currently, more than 120 women in Kenya and Tanzania are working on the development of the Maasai Bracelets.

They allow the development of new projects aimed at eradicating violence against girls
+
2 Euro from each bracelet is used to finance projects aimed at protecting and empowering girls and young women in vulnerable situations.

The economic resources obtained, together with other sources of funding, have allowed the development of more than 100 projects around the world since the beginning of the campaign.

All these projects have a common goal: to end all forms of violence against women and girls.

Get to know us!

They are a global symbol of the fight for gender equality
+
The Maasai Bracelets are a symbol that makes people wearing them “agents” of awareness in their immediate environment.

When a person wears one or more Maasai Bracelets on their wrist, they publicly express their opposition to these terrible practices, creating social awareness in the face of realities such as Female Genital Mutilation or the Forced Marriage of Girls is an essential step towards their eradication.

DO YOU WANT TO COLLABORATE?

#EndFGM
#EndChildMarrige
#MaasaiBracelets #PulserasMasai
#womensrights
#therighttobeagirl

The Maasai Bracelets campaign was born with the aim of eradicating two of the main forms of gender violence, Female Genital Mutilation and Child Marriage.

These two realities are closely related and affect millions of girls around the world.

Bracelets handmade by Maasai-Women from Kenya and Tanzania

Bracelets Features
+
The Maasai Bracelets are handmade carefully by socially vulnerable women of the Maasai ethnic group in Kenya and Tanzania.

Although each bracelet is different and unique, they all have a common identity: they include an X enclosed in a rhombus, symbolizing the lack of freedom of African women.

The Maasai Bracelets are not a commercial item. They are neither bought nor sold. They are a gift to those who support the fight against violence against girls.

 

 

WHY ARE THEY SO IMPORTANT?

Women producers earn with them an income to support their families
They allow the development of new projects aimed at eradicating violence against girls
+
They are a global symbol of the fight for gender equality
2 Euro of each bracelet goes directly to support women producers.

To be part of the project, women have to be in a serious situation of social or economic vulnerability and express their opposition to Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) and Forced Marriage of Girls.

Some of the women producers were engaged in practicing FGM on girls in their community. By changing this activity to the development of FGM, we are preventing hundreds of future mutilations.

Currently, more than 120 women in Kenya and Tanzania are working on the development of the Maasai Bracelets.

2 Euro from each bracelet is used to finance projects aimed at protecting and empowering girls and young women in vulnerable situations.

The economic resources obtained, together with other sources of funding, have allowed the development of more than 100 projects around the world since the beginning of the campaign.

All these projects have a common goal: to end all forms of violence against women and girls.

Get to know us!

The Maasai Bracelets are a symbol that makes people wearing them “agents” of awareness in their immediate environment.

When a person wears one or more Maasai Bracelets on their wrist, they publicly express their opposition to these terrible practices, creating social awareness in the face of realities such as Female Genital Mutilation or the Forced Marriage of Girls is an essential step towards their eradication.

DO YOU WANT TO COLLABORATE?

#EndFGM
#EndChildMarrige
#MaasaiBracelets #PulserasMasai
#womensrights
#therighttobeagirl