Cedar Women Organic

Self-produced organic care products made in Ghana

Deborah Addo lives in Kumasi, Ghana and runs the start-up Cedar Women, which develops and sells its own organic care products. Before the project started, she already had a shop where she offered hair and skin treatments with her products. The grant from WIDU enabled her to buy new equipment for the production of her organic beauty products and thus increase production. In addition, the funding has enabled her to rent her own space to manufacture her products and offer trainings for young women.

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