Create 200 full-time jobs for women in Ghana that - on average - pay 75% over Ghanaian minimum wage.
Provide educational opportunities designed to enhance producers’ technical and life skills through regular, personalized trainings.
Foster comfortable working environments for mothers. Not only does the new production facility include a child-care center, but Global Mamas will continue to offer a 12-week paid maternity leave to new mothers and an hour of paid time per day for nursing mothers to manage lactation responsibilities.
Gender inequality in Ghana is prominent in three areas: labor market, empowerment, and reproductive health. Source
Women reinvest 90 percent of their income back into her community, thus contributing to the development of an entire village, city, country, and nation. Source
Alignment with and Implementation of the United Nations’ Millennium Development Goal #3 – Promote Gender Equality and Empower Women Source