At Mamoyo we source from artisans in different communities in Africa. We are proud to be able to support and empower these women with a more dignified income opportunity.
Learn more about the wonderful artisans we work with by reading their stories below.
A message from our founder
Gogo Olive was founded as a response to the huge unemployment problem in Zimbabwe, when conditions in the country were already particularly difficult. As well as creating employment and empowering women.
Little Ndaba creates toys with a mission. Groups of women from Zambia gather to knit and crochet gorgeous animals which are designed to help raise awareness and where possible funding for the conservation of many endangered animals.
Catherine left her home country of Zimbabwe in hopes of a better future for herself and her children. In 2017 Catherine was diagnosed with cancer and had to have her eye removed. Since then she has struggled more than ever.
GRI is a non-profit organisation established in Zambia in 2008. GRI works in close partnership with the Department of National Parks and Wildlife (DNPW) to empower Rangers and Local Communities to conserve nature.
All of our blankets, swaddles, ring slings and towels are handwoven by women weavers in rural Tanzania. We are proud to be able to support and empower these women through Mamoyo and connect them with new markets.
We are so honored to support Richard and Precious, a Zimbabwean husband and wife, who so incredibly make our baskets, placemats, handbags, and other woven products by hand.