Jane Goodall Institut Germany Women Logo Shirt

Ines is wearing medium size and is 5.4 feet tall

The official Logo Shirt of the Jane Goodall Institute Germany by Kipepeo-Clothing. This special shirt has been ethically produced in Tanzania with great care from organic cotton, and printed by hand in Stuttgart. The profits of this Shirt support Roots and Shoots projects of the Jane Goodall Institute Germany in Tanzania.

Find out more at: www.janegoodall.de

Jane Goodall Institut Germany Women Logo Shirt

Colour: nature
100% cotton (organic)
Made in Tanzania
Printed by hand in Germany

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Ines is wearing medium size and is 5.4 feet tall

The official Logo Shirt of the Jane Goodall Institute Germany by Kipepeo-Clothing. This special shirt has been ethically produced in Tanzania with great care from organic cotton, and printed by hand in Stuttgart. The profits of this Shirt support Roots and Shoots projects of the Jane Goodall Institute Germany in Tanzania.

Find out more at: www.janegoodall.de

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  • 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.
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