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Maasai Market - The Village Market

Maasai Market - The Village Market

Visit the Masai Market! Get the chance to purchase hand crafted objects fabricated by the Masai themselves. Everything from bottle openers to baskets. From kikoy bags to woven clutch purses, from jewelry to paintings. There is, after all, only so much you can buy.  AKenyan Must  do

Visit the Masai Market! Get the chance to purchase hand crafted objects fabricated by the Masai themselves. Everything from bottle openers to baskets. From kikoy bags to woven clutch purses, from jewelry to paintings. There is, after all, only so much you can buy. AKenyan Must do

Only women are allowed to live in Umoja. Julie Bindel visits the Kenyan village that began as a refuge for survivors of sexual violence – and discovers its inhabitants are thriving in the single-sex community

The village where men are banned

Only women are allowed to live in Umoja. Julie Bindel visits the Kenyan village that began as a refuge for survivors of sexual violence – and discovers its inhabitants are thriving in the single-sex community

Africa | Maasai beadwork, Kenya | © Ariadne Van Zandbergen

Africa | Maasai beadwork, Kenya | © Ariadne Van Zandbergen

Africa | Shield from the Kikuyu people of Kenya | Wood, plant fiber, cord and pigment | ca. 1930s/40s

Africa | Shield from the Kikuyu people of Kenya | Wood, plant fiber, cord and pigment | ca. 1930s/40s

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