Kidogo kidogo, a social enterprise that sells iPhone 4/4s and iPhone 5/5s cell phone cases in their online store, helps women in Tanzania gain access to life-changing mobile technology. Read the rest of the article.
In many parts of Africa, a cellphone is much more than a phone; it's a flashlight, a watch, a calculator, a camera, and a radio. Read the rest of the article here at fredericknewspost.com.
Working in the developing world has given me numerous experiences. I am a product of my experiences, and many of them in the developing world have shown me how powerful a mobile phone can be. I have been at mobile health conferences and have heard of how mobile phones are used to send free mosquito net vouchers to people to prevent malaria. Read the full blog post here at fem2pt0.com.
Two sisters originally from Middletown, have founded Kidogo Kidogo, an international social enterprise that sells cell phone cases with proceeds going to provide cell phones to low-income Tanzanian women. Visit Frederick Magazine online here at fredmag.com.
Kidogo Kidogo Up and Away iPhone Case ($30): Up, up, up, and away! For every kidogo kidogo phone case sold, they buy a phone (or phone credits) to give to a woman in Tanzania who could not otherwise afford it. Very cool. Featured along side products from Tom's, Tory Burch, and Jonathan Adler. See what other products made the list here brit.co.
This company kind of operates like Toms – buy a case, Kidogo Kidogo then buys phones and phone credits to give to women who could really super use them in Tanzania. I really love that the money from your purchase doesn’t go to a giant corporation! See the full article here at autostraddle.com.
Kidogo Kidogo, a cellphone case company launched by Frederick County, Md., sisters Kim and Kristen Waeber, works with partners to deliver mobile handsets or mobile phone credits, which are similar to prepaid cellphones, to women in Tanzania. Read the full article here at heraldmailonline.com.
Today I am sharing something I really believe in, which is companies that are not solely based on making a profit. I am a fan of organizations that give back. Read it here.
I am so excited this week to talk about a great company I recently discovered called Kidogo Kidogo! I always highlight companies or products that I of course love but the best part is when I can bring attention to a small, private business or a business that does social good. This week I get to talk about both :-). Read it here.
I love this brand because not only do they offer cute cases, but for every case that’s sold, Kidogo Kidogo donates a phone to women in Tanzania who could not otherwise afford it. Read the full post here!
We heard several times not to expect overnight success, but we believe entrepreneurs should be disappointed when they are not on the front page of The New York Times in the first month. You need to believe that your product, company, blog, etc, should be successful, or why are you doing it? If it doesn’t happen you regroup, put your head down, and start working on month two. Read the full post here!
I am so pleased to have partnered with the company Kidogo Kidogo, which translates to “little by little” in Swahili. Kidogo Kidogo is an amazing company that is working hard to create positive change for women in Tanzania by providing them with access to mobile phones and/or mobile phone credits, which can help these women stay connected within their own community and with the rest of the world. Read the full write up here.
Today, I am proud to tell you all a bit about a company with a great cause: kidogo kidogo. Kidogo Kidogo is an online shop that sells phone cases. But, these cases do a lot more than accessorize. When you buy a case, the people at Kidogo Kidogo are able to provide women in Tanzania with mobile phones, who otherwise couldn't afford them. Read more here!
Kidogo kidogo, an organisation on a mission to provide the women of Tanzania with mobile phones, have recently launched a stylish collection of iPhone cases to help their cause. Read the full article.
Up until recently, I never thought a phone case could change a life. Then I met Kim and Kristen Waeber, co-founders of the amazing company, kidogo kidogo. These two ladies are doing their best to change the way women live in Tanzania. Read the full post here!
What if purchasing something as simple as an iPhone case made a sizeable impact on someone’s lifestyle and safety worlds away? That’s not so farfetched; there are at the moment several brands that are appealing to the masses whose companies are making a splash philanthropically, by grabbing your stylistic aesthetic. From Tom’s to FEED Project; Kidogo Kidogo has now joined the club of transparent brands devoted to making a difference in the world. See the article here!
I got my first cell phone when I was 13 or 14, and most of my friends either already had one, or got their first one shortly after. Over the years, I've become so attached to my phone and use it for so many things, including staying in touch with loved ones. Visit all glammed up here!
It is no news to my regular readers that i have moved quite a bit and Maryland, USA happens to be the first place i moved to well over a decade ago. Moving there gave me the chance to own my first mobile phone ever! I remember the first call i made was to my mom back home in Nigeria. Oh, you should have seen the the excitement on both ends when i called her. She laughed and was certainly happy to hear my voice on regular basis. Read the full blog post here!
I love discovering new brands, especially those who are using their company to raise awareness and help women around the world. Read the full blog post here.
In Swahili, Kidogo Kidogo means “little by little.” And little by little, the cell phone case company Kidogo Kidogo is improving the lives of Tanzanian women. By helping lift the financial barrier that prevents women in Tanzania from having access to mobile technology, Kidogo Kidogo offers stylish cell phone cases with a purpose. Read the full article here.
Hi pretties! Today I am so excited to be sharing with you something I've been absolutely loving lately: Kidogo Kidogo phone cases! Read the full blog post here.
Kidogo Kidogo (meaning little by little in Swahili) was founded by Kim and her younger sister, Kristen, with the intent of being able to lift the financial barrier preventing women in Tanzania from having access to mobile-technology. Read the full article here.
This inspiring biz sells iPhone cases designed by Tanzania-based artist Sarah Markes. The mission is simple: For every two Kidogo Kidogo iPhone case purchased, the organization is able to contribute a cellphone and the necessary accessories to help give a woman in Tanzania the gift of communication. Read the full article here.
I am excited to introduce kidogo kidogo, which translates to "little by little" in Swahili. Kidogo Kidogo was created with the mission of improving the lives of women in Tanzania by providing them with access to life changing mobile-technology. Visit the article and Cornflake Dreams here.
Providing mobile phones might sound like a small thing to do, but these sisters are making a huge impact in women's lives. Read the full post here.
The company sells phone cases but what sets them apart besides being super cute and protecting your phone is that they are putting life changing mobile technology into the hands of women across Tanzania. Check out the blog and the article here.
One of my favorite parts of Juggling in Heels is meeting women who have created amazing businesses and sharing them with all of you. The power of women is incredible and I admire so many who are willing to take the risk to follow an idea. I admire them even more when that idea offers them the opportunity to give to others. Read the full post here.
We always have our phones out. Checking emails, text messages, and newsfeed. Especially Instsgram - constantly going through the past four hours of activity, closing the app, double checking a minute later…ok, maybe that's just me. So, our phones are a daily accessory and of course phone cases are the perfect way to personalize them. Read more here!
Two things I love: phone cases and fashionable items that do more than just look good. I am more than happy when I can find something that does both. I have come to view my phone as its own little fashion accessory, mainly because I am never without it. Read it here.
Every now and then you hear a story that really tugs at your heart strong and makes you see that good can still be done in this world with the most simplest of ideas and actions. Read the full article here at chicavenuedaily.com.
Kidogo Kidogo means "little by little" in Swahili. And for sisters Kim and Kristen Waeber, who founded the cell phone case company by that name, this is just how they are working to change the world. Read the full article here edgeboston.com.