Volunteer in Africa

Marketing & Communications Volunteer Opportunities in Africa

Marketing & Communications


The success of Global Mamas very much depends on our ability to develop and implement innovative marketing campaigns that generate more income for our Mamas through product sales. There are many ways in which we could put your marketing and communications skills to use:

  • Develop innovative marketing strategies to expand sales of Global Mamas products around the world targeting both wholesale and retail customers.
  • Develop and implement PR campaigns designed to tell the stories of our Mamas to expand sales, increase donations, and recruit additional volunteers.
  • Work one-on-one with our Mamas to help them develop and implement marketing strategies to grow their businesses or launch a new product line.

Past Marketing & Communications Projects

Dani Brod - Marketing and Media	volunteer in Africa

Dani Brod
New York, New York

Global Mamas is continuously looking for avenues for expanding the organization, which implies intense research and market analysis prior to developing different marketing campaigns. As a Marketing Associate for Proctor and Gamble, Dani applied her expertise to the development of sales campaigns for our Shea butter skin care products - a line new to Global Mamas.

Dani's strong analytical skills were utilized on several very strategic projects for Global Mamas:
  • Research new retail avenues for the Global Mamas skincare line in the US and establish marketing materials to expand into new markets.
  • Research and develop content for the new bulk shea butter website, specifically defining particular product uses of shea butter.
  • Analyze batiker and seamstress order data to determine any patterns that could increase efficiency and reduce costs from rejected materials.
  • Computer training to staff and several Global Mamas.

Dani says she really enjoyed teaching computer skills to the staff and the women, since it was a great way to get to know them a little better.

"One of my favorite people here is my fruit lady. She sings gospel music as she cuts my fruit, and always gives me extra mango! Her happiness and joy is representative of all the Ghanaian people."