The Artisan Gallery in Tulia provides fair wages and rewarding work in a safe environment for Colombian victims of coercion, displacement and single parents.
Each mobile is cut from wooden panels and hand painted with child and baby friendly colours.
The cords are made from natural hemp.
The decorations are organic tagua nuts: a vegetable ivory used by the Quechuas to make jewellery for hundreds of years.
These birds are imported from Colombia by FAIR MOMS, a very small French social enterprise established in 2019 as a provisional member of WFTO.