Organic Baby Bodysuit "Karibu Duniani" petrol
"Karibu Duniani", this means "welcome to the world" in Kiswahili. This special Kipepeo Baby-Body has been ethically produced and printed in Kenya with great care from organic cotton. The designs were drawn by several children during lessons at their primary schools in Tanzania and Kenya. Your purchase of this Baby-Body supports their school; this lets Kipepeo pay school fees and build new school buildings.
Organic Baby Bodysuit "Karibu Duniani" petrol

Colour: petrol/red
100% cotton (organic) from Tanzania
Made and printed in Kenya

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21,95 € tax incl. excl. shipping

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"Karibu Duniani", this means "welcome to the world" in Kiswahili. This special Kipepeo Baby-Body has been ethically produced and printed in Kenya with great care from organic cotton. The designs were drawn by several children during lessons at their primary schools in Tanzania and Kenya. Your purchase of this Baby-Body supports their school; this lets Kipepeo pay school fees and build new school buildings.
Find out more about the Kipepeo-Cycle ...
  • Kipepeo designs are drawn by schoolchildren as part of their lessons in primary schools in Arusha, Tanzania.
  • The certified organic cotton is harvested by farmers in Tanzania and the shirts are carefully produced to a high standard by local manufacturers.
  • Kipepeo shirts are produced in Arusha, Tanzania under conditions of fair working conditions and pay uIn this way, the local economy is supported and jobs and business prospects are created.
  • Every Kipepeo shirt is printed in Germany and lovingly packaged as if intended for a good friend.
  • Kipepeo shirts are imbued with stories and adventure. We love sharing these with one another.
  • Our products are sold online, in selected shops and from market stalls.
  • By selling these unique items of clothing, Kipepeo is able to support schools in Arusha by paying for school fees, school equipment and new school buildings.
  • Through our regular visits to Tanzania we can personal check this sustainable, socially beneficial economic cycle.