Kazuri Beads

barb_1These look to be a string of Kazuri Beads.  In Penticton, Grandmothers for Africa have sold such clay beads, originally made by Susan Wood, [“A Sting of Beads- Stories of Africa Today”] to benefit the Stephen Lewis Foundation.

Meet Barbara Wybar, a graduate of McGill and a proud supporter of the Faculty of Arts Internship Program. Wybar is also the Director of the Children of Peace program, a weekly enrichment program for up to 150 orphans and needy children living in a poor, rural community in Eastern Uganda.

http://www.mcgill.ca/arts/alumni/campaign/graduates/barbara-wybar-ba69

http://aglifpt.org/publications/peaceways/fall2009/bududafall2009.htm

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