We transform Kigali's non-biodegradable waste, like vinyl advertising banners and jute rice bags, into one-of-a-kind accessories, such as purses, wallets and various types of bags.
Each of our products is lined with a fabric called Kitenge in East Africa or Ankarain West Africa.
Because of the nature of the materials we use, no two of our products are exactly the same. They may come "seasoned" with the elements of Kigali's sun, wind and rain under which they have survived to make your unique bag. It is truly yours and yours alone.
Angaza wants to revolutionize environmental education in Rwanda, by engaging students in fun and hands-on activities, so they may grow up knowing the importance of protecting the environment, and thereby engender a more conscious generation of Africans rooted in sustainable practices.
Do you have some old advertising banners gathering dust in a corner somewhere and would like to donate them to us? Join us as we reduce plastic pollution!