Jambo from The Jambo Collection

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Interesting fact. There are 68 different languages spoken in Kenya! This is largely due to there being such a diverse population. There are two large language families ruling the roost locally. They are Niger-Congo, spoken by the Bantu population and Nilo-Saharan, spoken by the Nilotic population. Then there are 42 different ethnic groups, each speaking […]

Exotic and Sustainable Fashion Using Fish Leather

Fish skin leather is the by-product of the Nile Perch, a lake fish caught by the vulnerable communities in Lake Turkana, Kenya’s northernmost region. Because these fish are filleted for consumption their skins are largely unused. Due to this, companies such as Victoria Foods in Kitale have been producing fish skin leather. The Nile perch […]

Where do our hides come from?

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We are often asked about where the materials for our bags and belts come from. We are extremely careful about sourcing ethical materials and all of the animal hides we use in our products come directly from tanneries in Kenya. These five tanneries have been selected personally by our founder, Fiona, who takes regular trips […]

JAMBO will be attending the Christmas Fair at Winchester Guildhall …

Come and visit us tomorrow and Thursday at Winchester Guildhall for some Christmas shopping with a huge range of brands for everybody. This year with extended opening hours Wednesday 14th November from 10am till 8pm and Thursday 15th November from 10am till 4pm. The Christmas lights are also being turned on, on Thursday, so come […]

Saturday 10th November: 10am -1pm

This Saturday 10th November from 10am till 1pm we will be at the Chafyn Grove Christmas Fair. Address: Chafyn Grove School, 33 Bourne Avenue, Salisbury. SP1 1LR. Do come along and get into the Christmas spirit, shop and support the school and Newlife, this terms Charity is for disabled children. Hooves for coffee will be […]