Products of KVC

Making of Recycled Paper Bags, Cards Wraps-Gifts and Printing T-Shirt;
The main economic activity is making custom silkscreened gift bags, gift-wraps and cards out of recycled paper for sale to safari companies, tourist shops and corporate clients. The profits generated supplement the cost of their basic needs of food, medical care, and education while partially funding their shelter and general care.

This micro-enterprise provides employment, HIV/AIDS prevention education and life skills training to local youth.  The Kawangware project is one-of-a-kind; assisting orphans, vulnerable kids and at risk youth by helping them gain education, as well as acquire skills which allow them to earn a living.  The handles for the bags are outsourced to young single mothers within the community who weave them from dried banana fiber.

In addition, profits also fund youth programs run by KVC that provide positive opportunities for marginalized youth and orphans. At the moment, the micro-business employs more than 50 youth and about 30 single mothers and has directly and indirectly helped more than 1000 vulnerable children and youth living in Kawangware slum. The demand for the products is steadily increasing but the lack of space is prohibiting an increase in production.

They also screen print T-shirts as well as caps,curtains, sheets, table clothes etc.