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Sustainable Impact

At Meso we are committed to create a positive impact in artisan communities in Latin America, using design as a primary tool for social inclusion. Throughout these 10 years, we have employed thousands of artisans in Guatemala, Honduras, Haiti, Peru, Nicaragua, Mexico, and continue to expand in the region.
+2000 Artisans in Our Network
+15 Countries
+100 Techniques
+300,000 Sustainable Products Made

Bringing you the Best of Latin American Design


At meso we bring sustainable designed crafted home goods from Latin America. Providing sustainable income opportunities for artisans and preserving local traditions by using innovation as a tool for positive development.

Social Programs


Throughout this journey, we have partnered with incredible organizations working towards a stronger and long-lasting positive impact in at-risk artisan communities.
In 2012 we partnered with the Zero Hunger program by the Guatemalan Government, which works with artisans with the highest levels of malnutrition. By creating different commercial product collections with an export perspective, we were able to impact the lives of more than 300 artisans from different regions of the country.
As this program proved to be successful, we also partnered with Agexport - Guatemala’s Exporter Association, in partnership with USAID, as allies in the Design and Development of artisanal products. It consisted of more than product development since it also tackled social issues that affect these communities, such as malnutrition, education, health, and gender equality.
Thanks to both partnerships, Meso Goods is now able to impact the lives of more than 550 artisan families in different Latin-American countries, working mostly with women artisans.

Zero Hunger

In 2012 we partnered with Zero Hunger a project by the Guatemalan Ministry of Economy to generate positive impact in artisan communities in Guatemala.
Through this partnership we have impacted the life of more than 300 artisans families which carefully create our products in different techniques. At Meso we believe in sustainable relationships with our producers and be a provider of sustainable income for generations to come.

Feed the Future Save the Children


Our company partnered with Feed the Future and Save the Children to raise the productivity and competitiveness of underprivileged artisanal communities of the Western Highlands of Guatemala, which face extreme poverty situations and childhood malnutrition. Together, we work towards generating new jobs for women in the rural areas of Guatemala. he goal is to impact directly in these communities with artisanal skills, by generating export opportunities through strategic alliances with designers, and retailers.
The philosophy behind the project is to create close links between the artisan communities and organizations, so that they can work together and collaborate.



Since 2016 we became part of the artisan guild - joining a group of likeminded individuals supporting and creating sustainable income in artisan communities around the globe - through this partnership we have collaborated with Nest in the development of product - commercial partnerships - and knowledge sharing.

Nest is a nonprofit; building a new handworker economy to increase global workforce inclusivity, improve women’s wellbeing beyond factories, and preserve important cultural traditions around the world.

The philosophy behind Nest is to support artisan women by providing capacity building, training and market access.

Learn more about them here.