You may like to read about the people who make recycled Bolga baskets. We’re uploading interviews and photos.
Meet “Ma-Adaliga”, “twister” for G-lish Foundation.
I am 54 years of age and have not been to school as my family didn’t see the need for my education.
Meet Adandina,a woman who works hard to feed a large family:
As for the basket weaving, I started weaving local hand fans and later I learnt how to weave baskets. I learned to make baskets 33 years ago when I got married.
Meet Julie, a mother and wife who has struggled to meet her son’s medical needs:
The G-lish project has had a lot of impacts on myself and my family.
- I can buy foodstuffs and essential ingredients
- I can buy clothes
- But I spend most of my money on my ailing child
Meet Atatiha, a woman who has sacrificed a lot for her family:
I have been a food vendor for the most part. It wasn’t easy but I earned about 20 Cedis a month (US$15). I did manual labour to get the initial capital for it.