NETWORK OF NATIONS

Our artisan partners are based in multiple continents. Each nation we partner with is made up of smaller communities that have their own distinctive characteristics, many dating back thousands of years to the indigenous peoples.

How to make a nation

Guatemala

Colombia (coming soon)

Peru

Paraguay

Nigeria (coming soon)

Kenya

Vietnam (coming soon)

How to make a nation

Guatemala

Colombia (coming soon)

Peru

Paraguay

Nigeria (coming soon)

Kenya

Vietnam (coming soon)

Guatemala

Guatemala is a multiethnic and multilingual country located in Central America.  Among the Guatemalan Maya, there are more than 20 different ethnic groups separated by different languages and culturesThey live all over the country, especially in the highlands

Peru

Peru is a multiethnic country formed by different cultures and ethnicities over thousands of years. Amerindians inhabited the land for over ten millennia before the Spanish conquest in the 16th century; their cultures and influence represent the foundation of today’s Peru”.

Paraguay

Indigenous peoples from Paraguay include Guaraní, Ayoreo, Toba-Maskoy, Aché and Sanapan and number some 86,000 or approximately 2 percent of the total population.  Paraguay has seventeen indigenous peoples in total.

Kenya

Kenya has a diverse population that includes many of the major ethnoracial and linguistic groups found in Africa. There are primarily 13 ethnic groups, the majority of which belong to ‘Bantu’ tribes such as the Kikuyu, Luhya and Kamba.”

Nigeria (coming soon)

Located in West Africa, Nigeria has more than 250 ethnic groups, with varying languages and customs, creating a country of rich ethnic diversity. The three largest ethnic groups are the Hausa, Yoruba and Igbo.

Vietnam (coming soon)

The Vietnamese people or Kinh people are a Southeast Asian ethnic group. Vietnam is also home to various ethnic groups, of which 54 are officially recognized, including the Hmong, Dao, Tày, Thái and Nùng.

Colombia (coming soon)

Colombia is ethnically diverse, its people descending from the original native inhabitants, Spanish colonists, Africans, and 20th-century immigrants from Europe and the Middle East, all contributing to a diverse cultural heritage.”

We continually look for opportunities to expand our network of creators. Contact us if you are interested in becoming a partner.

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