The hard-working, resourceful women of South Sudan have been dealing with the trauma and the effects of war on their lives for decades. Education for their children is a distant dream as they lack basic funds to pay the minimal school fees of $90 per year. Many of the women are skilled in sewing and tie-dying but they have no market to sell their products.

That’s where Hope Cloth comes in.

The town of Yei is located on the Ugandan border and has virtually no paved roads, Postal Service, or infrastructure. Hope Cloth has partnered with Water is Basic to help transport these handicrafts to provide a limited market here in the United States. Your purchase of just one of their uniquely crafted products truly changes their story and the future of another daughter.