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A relaxed way to spend an afternoon.Kenyan Kisii, found and mined by hand,is a soft soapstone that’s easy to carve. Itssatiny finish is achieved through multiplestages of sanding, followed by waxing.Each set is crafted by carvers withUndugu Society in Nairobi. It’s estimatedthere are up to 5,000 children and teens living on the streets in that city. The Undugu Society of Kenya has worked for Kenya's urban poor since 973 with the goal of offering hope to those at greatest risk. Today, Undugu (a Kiswahili word for solidarity) is the leading rehabilitation agency for street children in Africa.