The beautifully and individually hand-crafted items featured here provide an income to the women of the Ufafa valley who make them.

By buying our products you will directly benefit the crafter and her family.

For prices and availability contact: .
Australian customers can buy some of our products from the Oxfam shop.

Hand-Embroidered Cushions

Exquisitely composed and sewn by the seamstresses, these cushions use the embroidered squares produced by the women of the  PLWA support groups.

The cushions covers are available with or without the inner.

Bags

Using squares hand-embroidered by the crafters of the Ufafa Valley beautifully lined sling bags are produced by Star and Dumisile, the Woza Moya seamstresses. Quantities are limited, subject to capacity.

Small: 18cm x 26cm

Large: 36cm x 40cm

Framed embroidery

100mm x 100mm

These frames beautifully display the embroidery!

Cards

These exquisite, hand embroidered squares are unique works of art, each one individually created. They are copied in color onto these cards, with the embroiderer's name on the back.

Sock Monkeys

These individually hand-crafted sock monkeys are our best-seller!

Beanies

Chibini beanies knitted by the Gogos are a hit!

CDs

The sound of the Woza Moya choir praying and singing in the Ufafa Valley region of KwaZulu-Natal, produced in 2003, has over the years touched many hearts.

Play sample:

Terms & Conditions

Please note our policy of strictly CASH ON DELIVERY as our crafters need to be paid immediately. Packaging and postage is not included in the price.

Woza Moya is a community based organisation, with limited capacity. The large bags take a long time to make and we may not always be able to meet your requirements, in terms of numbers and time.

All items are individually and uniquely hand crafted and therefore subject to product variance.

Woza Moya

  • actively seeks to empower women in the community and workplace
  • encourages taking¬†responsibility by knowing your HIV status
  • respects the natural environment of the Ufafa Valley and the culture of the people living there