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Kenya’s Jack Nyawanga Makes Jewellery From Boiled Animal Bones

In an attempt to address the issues of environmental pollution, Africans are becoming innovative in the reclying business.This is the case of a Kenyan, Jack Nyawanga, who discovered the idea of reclying quality handmade jewelry from discarded animal bones in the environment.

Processes in the making of beads.

Photo Credit: Facebook/Victorious Bones

In a media interview, Nyawanga said he had always thought of utilizing bad smelling bones from the streets into usable products.

Consequently, he opened the Victorious Craft Group which reuses animal bones to produce beautiful jewelleries.

The company was founded in 2006, registered under Kenya’s Ministry of Gender and Social Services and has trained over 89 people on how to do similar businesses.


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