Bombolulu designs are inspired by local communities and their vibrant cultures.
Our Bombolulu Workshops and Cultural Centre (BWCC) is located in Mombasa, Kenya. BWCC is a member of the World Fair Trade Organization (WFTO) and is collaborating with NITA to offer vocational training.(kindly click here to visit our official Bombolulu Workshops and Cultural Centre website
Bombolulu Workshops and Cultural Centre is a program of the Association for the Physically Disabled of Kenya (APDK), Coast Branch that operates several workshops and a cultural center through which it offers social and economic rehabilitation and empowerment of people with disabilities.
The mission of Bombolulu Workshops and Cultural Center is to empower people with disability socially and economically through training, and employment linkages by engaging them in financially sustainable provision of competitive products and services.
Bombolulu Workshops and Cultural Centre was established to empower people with disability socially and economically and to enable them to realize their full potential in their lives. The program aims at assisting persons with different abilities to enjoy the right to work; by providing an open, inclusive and accessible work environment, as stipulated in the UNCRPD Article 27 – Work and Employment. Founded in 1969, Bombolulu Workshops was rejuvenated into a self-sustaining program by the Association for the Physically Disabled of Kenya (APDK) in 1987. The program works with more than 100 persons with different abilities in its 4 sheltered workshops, producing a range of jewelry, textile, wood, and leather products of a very high standard made by persons with different abilities.
Bombolulu designs are inspired by local communities and their vibrant cultures. These workshops incorporate various materials such as canvas, fabric, and leather to make a wide range of products for everyday use. Our textiles workshop makes a range of household accessories such as kitchen aprons, oven gloves, and table linen among others. Our artisans skillfully craft each product using a variety of raw materials to create a unique range of products. Through the sale of these products, the program sustains itself and the artisans earn fair wages enabling them to have a decent living and take care of their families. Place your order today, (Click Here to Visit our Facebook page)
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Our Cultural Centre founded in 1994, portrays the Kenyan way of life as it existed in the past and still exists in remote areas of Kenya. For a reasons fee, visitors are able to experience homesteads from various ethnic groups such as Swahili, Giriama, Bukusu, Masaai, Luo, Kikuyu, Orma, and the Mijikenda Kaya.
Our Ziga Restaurant which is located in the cultural center offers quality foods and drinks served in African Style. Our renewed music dance troupe is also at hand to entertain you as you dine and tour the Cultural Center. Our cultural center also serves as an educational and cultural tour for schools and colleges.
BWCC has provided social amenities for its employees such as clinic, nursery school, social hall, sports, housing and HIV Prevention Programme.
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