We custom design from scratch the most endearing African souvenir doll handcrafted by indigenous African people for the international tourism market, assuring you that your souvenir hunting is a leisurely experience speaking to your personal desires.
Job creation project
Skills enhancement project
Made by indigenous African ladies
Impacting the injustice of unemployment and gender violence
The Justice doll can be customised to what the customer wants
The Justice doll can have a baby on the back which is an African cultural feature
The Justice doll can be displayed in any setting and easily attracts attention.
The dress of the Justice Doll is distinctly African and thus invokes memories of Africa
For the international market the Justice Doll is extremely well priced so numerous dolls can be purchased.
A big proportion of the profit is reinvested in the payment of staff and purchase of raw materials.
For the tourist it is an everlasting African token as it is made of durable parts.
The South African market has a weak rand and thus the price may be too high. Answer: The target is the international market.
The Justice Doll should be used to portray gender violence in general throughout the world. Answer: The Justice Dolls can be customised for that purpose by tying the hands and adding other such features.
The justice doll does not have a fully defined face just a turban around the head. Answer: The Justice Doll is symbolic of Africa and has dominant features of African printed dress fabric and style unique to Africa.
How many dolls do you have in stock? Answer: 1000 dolls and a 3 day lead time. Customs made dolls – it is expedient to book your custom designs in advance.
I am leaving the country in 24 hours and I need my order ready.
Sorry I forgot I needed the an extra badge on the dress.
I would love to be an ambassador for you but there is so much violence in your land.
You will have it couriered to you at no extra cost.
Look to the natural beauty of the land and to its people who created these dolls. The violence does not represent Africa but all the efforts to rehabilitate and deal with it. Your contribution to our positivity will make a difference. After all it was someone from outside of Africa who started the vision of the Justice Dolls.
Customer is an overseas tourist who visits a gift shop or tours the townships. The local tourist is secondary.
Customer wants to get to know the real continent Africa beyond the bright lights of the city.
Customer wants to investigate the cultural practices of the local people.
Customer wants to tour the townships and experience their unique attraction and sample the cuisine and will investigate the projects to uplift the community.
Customers will take their positive knowledge back to their home countries and act at ambassadors.
Customer will buy the souvenir viz. the Justice Dolls which will serve as a contact point with Africa and a reminder of their experience and will use it as an example to others of the skilled crafts people in Africa who hand made the souvenir.
Customer will recommend the continent of Africa to others to visit which will counter the negative publicity of Africa.
Customer will get the contact details of the projects and research further online and remain in contact online viz a relationship will be built.
Customer will become a regular visitor to Africa.
Customer will know that there is no substitute for a positive face to face experience.
To find a souvenir to take home for all their family and friends as a positive and beautiful memory of Africa and its indigenous skilled people which will evoke memories of not only the people but the cuisine and natural beauty of the land and would thus as a consequence recommend Africa as an ideal holiday destination.