All Tuko Pamoja products are now on sale at great savings in the Tuko-Pamoja Store. You can also visit us on Facebook marketplace.

Here is your chance! Tuko Pamoja supports over 150 compromised women in Kenya. We purchase their beautiful crafts, bring the items to America and offer them for purchase by YOU! When you purchase an item, you enable women in Kenya to provide food, safe housing and education for their children. Won’t you join us as we link hands with our sisters in Kenya to make a difference in their lives and yours? Tuko Pamoja ~ We Are Together!


Sister Mary Owens, Executive Director of all Nyumbani programs states, “Being present at the Tuko Pamoja launch helped me to broaden my understanding of this great project. When I entered your home that Sunday, I was in awe at the magnificent display- of the inventory so beautifully presented. The speech at the beginning and end captured, very meaningfully, the spirit of Tuko Pamoja.”

“If you want to go quickly, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.”

African proverb 

Other ways to help

Kenya Educational Service Trips Sister School Program Artisan Alliance

K.E.S.T. –Kenya Educational Service Trips (KEST) specializes in customized two to four-week life-changing adventures in Kenya. Travelers will have the opportunity to volunteer in challenged communities and to see Kenya’s natural beauty up close! It also offers superior safari and tourist services.

Sister School Program – To honor commonalities; to cherish and respect differences while increasing awareness of economic and geographic challenges and opportunities to share the abundance enjoyed within The Woods Academy community with communities in Kenya.

Artisan Alliance – Artisan activity creates jobs, increases local incomes, and preserves ancient cultural traditions that in many places are at risk of being lost. The Artisan Alliance, an initiative of the Aspen Global Innovators Group at the Aspen Institute, works to unlock economic value in the artisan sector.

Tuko-Pamoja Products

Tuko Pamoja responds to Kenyan women who are in need of a sustainable income and have unique handmade products to market. All artisans are paid fair trade price for their wares upfront, assuming no risk in the business. All profits are reinvested in the product, business development training, and ultimately the groups’ long-term savings plans.