With each sale of Wazi Shoes, you can fund nursing scholarships in East Africa to help combat HIV, and other health threats.
Wazi Shoes are lovely and unique! In Kiswahili, Wazi means open. We hope that the women who wear Wazi Shoes are open-hearted and open-minded.
We ensure that the fundis (Swahili for worker) who produce Wazi Shoes and their packaging receive appropriate wages and work in good conditions.
Handmade in Tanzania
Wazi Shoes are made by hand over several days. Well-constructed from Tanzanian-sourced leather and elaborate beading, they are built to last many summers.
Wazi is Swahili for open, and Safari Njema means travel well. We hope that you have comfortable feet and an open mind on your journey.
Our first priority at Wazi Shoes is making you happy. If you don’t love Wazi Shoes, we will work with you to make sure you do. We can refund you, send you a new pair, we will do whatever it takes! Just reach out to our team because we’re here for you. Happiness Guaranteed.