The women of the Kankuamo people weave their bags using fibers extracted from fique leaves, which are dyed with plants that grow around the reserve. For the Kankuamo Indians, the bag is the representation of the mother's womb, where the most precious objects are kept.
- Gold plated shells
- Fique fibers
Impact: With each purchase you will be helping the communities to maintain their traditions and earn a good fair trade income.