Women Empowerment

Why a Wakami Embassy – Joy in Antigua

What is an embassy? According to dictionary.com, the first definition is “a body of persons entrusted with a mission to a sovereign or government.” As

Rosa’s Story

English My name is Rosa, I’m 30 years old and I’ve been weaving bracelets in Producciones Bella Vista. When I was a kid, I used

Blanca Luz’s Story

English My name is Blanca Luz, I am 25 years old and I work in Sembrando Sonrisas. I live in Pochuta Chiquimula. I used to

Women who changed the World

Throughout history, women have been pegged as lesser than men. But we have found women in recent years (like 200 years back at most) that

Every day should be women’s day.

Do you know why we celebrate the political, economical and social achievements of women on March 8th? If not, I invite you to do some

Annie’s Story

English My name is Annie, I’m 34 years old and I work in Producciones Kastajem at Magdalena, Milpas Altas. I have two kids. Both of

Disrupting the Fashion industry

Sofia Contreras-Paredes – MEÜS Sofía, Please tell a little about yourself. Where are you from? How did you decide to become a fashion designer? Why

How can a bracelet change your life?

It can be hard to imagine that bracelets change lives. But they do. Wakami bracelets transform lives by making dreams come true in ways we

Work it Out: María Pacheco

Our very own María Pacheco was interviewed by Harper’s Bazaar London to talk about Wakami, her career, and our cause. “In the fashion-accessory industry, we should