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Dunia Marketplace

We are a non-profit store that sells hand-made items from local and global artisan families. Come check us out at 1609 N. 13th St. in Boise's Historic Hyde Park.
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What is Fair Trade?

Fair trade improves families and communities by offering better wages, decent working conditions, and fair terms of trade for farmers and workers in the developing world.
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Dunia is a beautiful word describing "world " and "life" in multiple world languages. An appropriate description of our non-profit fair trade store, as each purchase creates a world of opportunity!

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We are closed Monday, May 26th in observance of Memorial Day.

We are open this week-end but closed Monday, May 26th, Memorial Day. Dunia wishes you a safe and fun week-end and a happy start to the summer season. Come in and see us soon!
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Fair Trade Oriental Rug Event Returns to Boise!

Dunia Marketplace's Fair Trade Oriental Rug Event returns to Boise with over 300 adult-made, heirloom quality, hand-knotted rugs for sale. From 2'x3' to 10'x14', Persian and Tribal, you will find the quality you desire and the fairness artisans deserve. The event runs May 8-11, Thurs-Sat 10-8, and Sunday 10-2 in Lindsay Hall at First Presbyterian Church of Boise, 950 West State St.  Thursday night, May 8th at 7pm, join us for a special evening to learn how our rugs are made. Learn why fair trade makes a difference both in rug quality and in the artisans' lives. We are also raffling off a beautiful Beljik rug valued at $450. Raffle tickets are just $5 and the winning ticket will be drawn Saturday, May 10th, International Fair Trade Day, at the rug event. You need not be present to win. Purchase tickets at the store, from board members and volunteers, and at the event. The rug inventory can be viewed at: rugs.tenthousandvillages.com We hope to see  you soon!