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Peace Cord™ Hope Bracelet

Item # 50291
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Handmade from US military materials by women in Afghanistan, Peace Cord™ bracelets weave hope for a better future in the war-torn country. Through a partnership with non-profit organizations Arzu Studio Hope and Spirit of America, each bracelet is woven using US-made parachute cord and military buttons. Your purchase supports the transformation of the lives of Afghan communities, by creating fair-wage jobs and enabling US troops to deliver humanitarian aid.

Meaning "hope" in the Afghan Persian dialet Dari, Arzu is an empowering word. Each bracelet is finished with a beautiful metal button, imprinted with the phrase "Arzu Means Hope" encircling a mandala flower.

  • Parachute cord & metal
  • 2.5" diameter (6.4 cm)
  • Handmade in and fairly traded from Afghanistan

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1 review

Recent reviews:

March 30, 2013 - Five stars because the bracelets are beautiful. But there wasn't a size choice, and you sent them both in Size Small. The men I ordered them for cannot wear them. Glad to donate though.

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