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These three companies work with developing countries—Africa, Uganda, Nepal—to make their clothing lines, or make donations in kind.  

Apolisactivism.com is the home page of Apolis Activism, a company co-founded by three brothers that aims to create opportunities for developing economies around the globe. The latest projects transform ­materials made in Uganda and Nepal into chic designs.

Edunonline.com is the site of Edun Live, the brainchild of Bono and his wife, Ali Hewson. Its T-shirts are organic and produced completely—“grown to sewn”—in Africa, with the goal of bolstering the continent’s global exports.

Tomsshoes.com sells TOMS shoes—casual, canvas slip-ons in a variety of prints. For every pair you buy, one pair of new shoes will be donated to a child in need in Argentina, South Africa, Ethiopia, or the U.S. In 2009 alone, TOMS expects to donate 300,000 pairs around the world.

Source:
Real Simple

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