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All of our products are Fair Trade
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Welcome to One World Projects where everyday is Earth Day 

One World Projects strives to reduce poverty, restore balance in nature, and promote peace by giving artisans around the world a chance to earn fair wages and improve their lives and communities. We offer a wide selection of handmade gifts for both retail and wholesale, going above and beyond Fair Trade by offering Compassionate Trade.


Hand-Carved and Etched Gourds from Peru

Gourd Carving is a traditional craft of the high Andean Mountains of Peru. For more than 4,500 years Peruvian artisans have practiced the art of transforming a simple squash into intricately designed bowls, boxes, windchimes, birdhouses, purses, vases and other bits of home decor.



New Nativities and Ornaments for the Holiday Season from Peru

We have many new designs of Nativities and Ornaments that just arrived from Peru. Many materials have gone into making them including gourds, egg shells, Huamanga Stones, Up-Cycled Match Boxes, Glass Bottles, and Ceramic Clay. These products are Fair Trade and helping artisans and their families in Peru live a better lives.


It's the Holiday Season  Many New Styles of Nativities and Oranments from Ecuador

Check-out these Fair Trade Nativities and Ornaments made from Eucalyptus Pods, Orange Peel, Acacia Leaves, White Beans, Fique Fiber and many other natural materials. All are perfect pieces for nativity and ornament collectors while helping to provide for artisans and their families in Ecuador.

Nativities from Ecuador


Christmas Ornaments from Ecuador




Supporting the Amazing Indigenous Cultures

The Shipibo people living in the Peruvian Amazon rainforest near Pucallpa, produce delightful jewelry using a variety of seeds from native plants.

The women or Shipibas, produce most of the handcrafts. They create beautiful pottery, textiles, and jewelry with designs that are unique to the Shipibo. These women are strong, beautiful, loving mothers who work hard to provide for their children


Check out these wonderful Shipibo Necklaces




Recyled Bicycle Chains


These bicycle chains give the term "Chain Wear" a whole new meaning.


These unique boxes made of used bicycle chains, not only make a great gift for holding jewelry and small knick knacks but helps to take care of the environment by giving new life to these chains.



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Billing Address: 43 Ellicott Ave. Batavia, NY 14020
Store/Warehouse: 56 Harvester Ave. Batavia, NY 14020

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