Kurumi works with indigenous artisans, artists, designers and educators to create ways to ‘give the future as a present’ to new generations and take care of the planet.

We envision that raising a child and caring for the planet go together.
There is still a lot to be done…

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8 times less CO2
is what a child must emit in comparison to his or her grandparents to avoid global warming rising above 1.5˚C. 1

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5 times faster is how toy sales are growing in comparison to the global population of children.2 3
90% of the money demanded by developing countries to fight climate change (USD 100 billion) could be funded with the money we spend on toys4 5
Download the Activity Book for kids about the journey of Sol and Nilo to a Wichí community in the North of Argentina.
Check out toys and kids accessories made by Wichí communities at our partner`s online store VinculARTE.
Read our article with Forest Trends “The children’s toy industry is a opportunity to make progress in the fight against climate change”.
Support us. Kurumi is a voluntary initiative. We are looking for support to continue our work and launch a line of products together with indigenous communities.