This new African gemstone collection is made by Rwandans like Marie-Rose Mukambasabire, 26, who says: "If all the girls my age had as good a job as I do, the spread of HIV/AIDS would diminish. Most girls are infected because they fall into the trap of men who offer them material things." And 10 percent of the price will go to Hope Shines, a mentoring program for orphaned girls. One supporter is Rwanda's president, Paul Kagame, who notes that the Hutu and Tutsi, enemies during the 1994 genocide, are coming together to bead bracelets. "That's where reconciliation takes place," he says. "Then to see that things they make with their own hands can bring income, and to know they are linked to women in the U.S. who are interested in their products—the whole story is one of tremendous transformation in these women's lives."