Volunteer in Ghana

Developing the Moringa Filtration System

Making of Summer 2017

Alice Grau, Creative Director Photo Credit: Nick Ruffalo, Designer Each of our collections originates from trend research– anticipating how everything from high-fashion to streetwear trends will influence the clothes our customers might wish to buy in future seasons. We love getting creative with the shape, color, and prints of our

Making of Summer 2017 Read More »


My Trip to Mole National Park

Madison Oeff, intern One of the many perks about volunteering with Global Mamas is the value placed on traveling around Ghana. The staff fully supports traveling as much as you can while you’re here; being exposed to the various places and people around the country gives you a better understanding

My Trip to Mole National Park Read More »

gm post default img

Learning the Language

Pete Freeman, intern When I first learned that there were more than 80 languages spoken in Ghana, I panicked. Sure, English is the national language. But I can count on one hand the number of times I heard English spoken while walking through the streets of Ghana during my first

Learning the Language Read More »

gm post default img

Beads, Beads, Beads!

Paige Affinito, intern Nestled within a bustling fish and produce market is Ghana’s biggest bead bazaar, Odumase- from which Global Mamas sources many of the beads found in our jewelry and ornaments. Piles of brightly colored beads adorn rows of wooden tables; small seed beads, traditionally worn in strings around

Beads, Beads, Beads! Read More »

Krobo’s Global Mamas – Photo by Desirae Early

Volunteer Adventures on the West Coast

On July 8th, five Cape Coast volunteers got up bright and early to head for a day trip to Nzulezo, a village on stilts built over Lake Tadane in the Western Region. Armed with groundnut sandwiches and ready for adventure, the ragtag group grabbed a tro-tro to Takoradi, expecting to make it to the stilt village in a short three hours (because that is what the guide book informed them it would take).

Volunteer Adventures on the West Coast Read More »

Shopping Cart