• Global JUST Designs

    Global JUST Designs

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    Artisan Entrepreneurship

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    Holistic Empowerment

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    Original Designs

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    Self-sustaining Development

  • Holistic education

    Holistic education

JUSTA COMMUNITY PROGRAMS

JUSTA is dedicated to aiding communities in becoming self-sustainable, inspiring creativity, initiative, self-worth and opening alternative education opportunities to improve lives.

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Global JUST Designs products are created through collaboration with local artisans in our social entrepreneurship programs. Sales create income for local artisans as well as funding for community programs.  

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JUSTA has strong, lasting relationships with local artisan groups. We work side by side with entrepreneurs to develop business literacy and promote creativity. 

What’s happening with JUSTA

Every year JUSTA fundraises to send 20+ local adolescents to school at a local cooperative middle school.
We are 75% of the way to our goal for the 2017 school year!

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We are so excited to connect with you at Envision Festival in Costa Rica! Global Just Designs will be there to connect you to our unique Fair Trade designs, our NGO projects in Guatemala, and new opportunities we have coming up - stop by and say hi!

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Kathy Mariah Carlson is a nurse and midwife from the U.S. volunteering for three weeks with JUSTA. She and her tireless and knowledgeable translator, Mary Ramirez Sisay are giving health workshops and meeting individually with pregnant women to talk about pregnancy, birth, nutrition, etc.
Health care access and education are limited in the rural community of Chacaya, so these amazing ladies are helping women learn about their bodies and how to prevent and treat issues using food and natural remedies.
As Mariah says, "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure."
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