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How Ten by Three started their logo design journey
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In association with The Blessing Basket Project, a non profit organization, The Dawadawa Project gives teachers the resources (videos, pictures, and information) to educate their students about their world neighbors, poverty and sustainable development while inspiring students to help The Blessing Basket Project build a better world through basket sales. This program enables schools to sell handwoven Blessing Baskets (made by artisans living in poverty worldwide) with a portion of the sales going to benefit the school's fundraising initiatives. Our target audience centers around students, parents, teachers, and administrators.
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The African locust bean tree grows in the West Indies and West Africa and is a food source for locals. The tree's seeds are fermented to form an edible substance known as Dawadawa, which offers high levels of protein and nutrition.
The tree is affectionately referred to by locals as the Dawadawa Tree.
The Blessing Basket Project serves artisans in a small village in Ghana, Africa. A group of girls used to meet under the local Dawadawa tree for school each day; since then, The Blessing Basket Project, in partnership with Whole Foods Market, has built a school that serves over 300 local girls. The Dawadawa tree will always remain a special part of their education, which is why it was the inspiration for our newest education program: The Dawadawa Project (or "Dawadawa").
The included file is of a tree a graphic design firm created for The Blessing Basket Project in conjunction with other marketing materials. It is not a requirement for use in the logo, simply a resource of what has been used in the past.