Katush – One Manjano Collection

Impact Report

The fabric for this collection was made in Burkina Faso, with our social enterprise partner CABES

69% of the artisans were women

A total of 21 artisans worked on this order, producing 205,8 metres of fabric

This order involved the production of a weaving pattern that contributed to artisans learning process. Induction have been completed by technicians to give to artisans (8 women) a perfect understanding of the instructions.

Artisan Groups:





Raw Materials:

Organic cotton yarn

GOTS Certified Dye Water

Natural Materials Dark

Natural Materials

Trackable Dark

Trackable Provenance

Community Engagement Dark

100% of employees with contracts and benefits 

Reduced CO2 Dark

64,95% of energy used in production was renewable 

“My name is Nacoulma Albertine, I am 44 years old and I am mother of 3. It is always a pleasure to work on international orders. It is always an opportunity to develop new patterns. Each order is an opportunity for me to gain money and to develop new skills. This work makes me feel proud and represent my main source of income. Collaborating with CABES and its international partners is important because it values our work. I want to thank them for trusting us”. “

Albertine NACOULMA, 44 Years old


“My name is Pouakmouagda Marceline, I am 33 years old, and I am mother of 4. I joined the group 10 years ago. Before joining the group, I was selling woods. This work is an important source of income, and I am happy to work in AFEPO. The money I received from this order was spent in school fees and in food. A part of the income I receive from this work is saved in my microfinance account.”



Meet the Makers

People first. Fair supply chain. Living wages. Dignified working conditions.

We carry out a Social Impact Report for every collection made in collaboration with the Ethical Fashion Initiative. 

Social workers are embedded in the communities in which we work, and closely monitor the implementation of our code of conduct. 

Extensive data is collected to carefully measure the impact of each order, to ensure that the work is positively impacting the lives of the artisans and that our projects are working towards the UN Sustainable Development Goals.