Quazi Design is a cutting edge craft company that transforms waste magazines into original accessories and interiors, believing that the combination of craftsmanship and innovation is a powerful tool to promote stability in the developing world. Quazi employs local woman artisans full time with permanent contracts giving them sustainable incomes. As well as their monthly salary Quazi enables them to have a safe and supportive working environment, assisting them in living an independent life where they are the decision makers. Their artisans are offered monthly clinics at the workshop and on-going counselling by a trained peer educator as well as social programmes. They assist in school fees savings schemes, where Quazi donates a percentage to each artisan. Most of their artisans were previously unemployed, and on average each has 7 dependents.