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Hanbel | In Stock

Handmade By Mina Joud and 2 others

Dimensions:3m 4cm x 2m 38cm x 2cm

 Zerbya  Red, Brown Morocco

Zerbya | In Stock

Handmade By Fatima Ait Ihya

Dimensions:1m 63cm x 1m 1cm x 3cm

 Hanbel  Colored Morocco

Hanbel | In Stock

Handmade By Rabia Ben Hssayn

Dimensions:1m 14cm x 75cm x 2cm


Hanbel | Made To Order Only

Handmade By Fatima Ben Hssayene

Dimensions:1m 84cm x 1m 23cm x 1cm


Zerbya | Made To Order Only

Handmade By Fatima Alibrahimi

Dimensions:2m 24cm x 1m 49cm x 3cm

 Zerbya  Colored Morocco

Zerbya | Made To Order Only

Handmade By Biya Lhid

Dimensions:1m 54cm x 94cm x 3cm

 Hanbel Cotton String Colored Morocco

Hanbel | Made To Order Only

Handmade By Fatima Ait Ihya and 2 others

Dimensions:2m 88cm x 1m 52cm x 2cm

 Hanbel  Pink, Blue Morocco

Hanbel | Made To Order Only

Handmade By Fatima Ben Hssayene

Dimensions:4m 57cm x 3m 4cm x 1cm

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Meet the Artisans of Association Afous Gafous


Zahra Amzil

Mina Joud

Biya Lhid

Fatima Ait Ihya

Rabiaa Timali

Kabira Ihid

Khadija Chana

Fatima Alibrahimi

Fatima Anasiri

Fadma Mousin

Fatima Ben Hssayene

Rabia Ben Hssayn

Khadija atraz

About Association Afous Gafous

Afous Ghoufous, or hand in hand, is a powerful saying in the Amazigh language in Morocco that signifies the solidarity of the Amazigh people. Fadma Mohsine, a weaver from a village outside of the city of Ouarzazate, is a living example of Afous g Afous. At the age of 15, Fadma unexpectedly became partially disabled in her extremities. Despite what many would consider a setback, she decided to continue learning how to weave from her mom. Fadma then combined what many villagers describe as her 'stunning intellect' with her weaving ability to create new and innovative designs using natural dyes -- the first in her village to do so. Despite Fadma's success as a weave, she still saw that many women in her village still struggled to develop their weaving craft and become financially independent. As such, she began teaching a group of women in her village how to weave which in 2009 would become what is now known as Association Afous G Afous. Today, Fadma provides mentorship to 15 women of the association. Hand in hand, the women have overcome many barriers to successfully grow their cooperative and hope that their sales will enable them to make a wider impact on all the women in her village.


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