Weaving Center (Ajumako)
Cecilia Nkoom, Weaver

Cecilia Nkoom is a young, single woman. Since joining Global Mamas, Cecilia has many hopes for her work and future growth of her business. As a member of Global Mamas, Cecilia is excited to start saving money so that she can achieve her dream of starting a new business.

 
Esi Joyce, Weaver

As a young, single woman, Esi Joyce had an extremely difficult time finding work and supporting herself before joining Global Mamas. Since joining the Global Mamas co-op, Esi is not only earning a daily living, but she is also saving money and investing in herself and her family. Her income from Global Mamas pays for her five siblings' school fees, and she has been able to buy a mobile phone and purchase a sewing machine for increased production. Esi has created a sustainable business that supports her and her dreams.



Global Mamas began working with the talented weavers in Ajumako in 2007. Utilizing the textile scraps from our apparel products made in Cape Coast, our Mamas in Ajumako weave our top selling recycled woven trivets.
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