#RightsMedia report: A wild hope for #Maasai women in #Tanzania

Faith Benson MoshiFaith Benson Moshi works with the Arusha-based Wild Hope empowerment necklaceArtisans Project, which is run by Wild Hope International, a U.S.-based NGO. This project empowers Maasai women by helping them sell their crafts, mainly beaded necklaces, around the world. This, in turn, helps these women send their children to school and avoid harmful cultural practices like female genital circumcision, also known as FGM (Female Genital Mutilation).

Wild Hope will be displaying their work at the Artisans Market in Dar es Salaam (Oyster Bay) on May 25, 2013.

Adam Bemma is a journalist and media development advisor.

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