Young women finishing off the completed sculptures

Young women finishing off the completed sculptures

Robert Rachami working on a soapstone sculpture

Robert Rachami working on a soapstone sculpture

John Ngima shows off his carved hippos

John Ngima shows off his carved hippos

An Undugu producer cutting soapstone

An Undugu producer cutting soapstone

Undugu Society of Kenya

Kenya

Undugu, (a Kiswahili word for brotherhood and solidarity) was established to work with street children and support development work in Nairobi slums. Producer co-operatives are formed to provide income generation for over 800 families and groups throughout Kenya. Producers benefit from business training and health education including HIV/AIDS information.