Ghana's textile factories, led by Akosombo Textiles, are working with local garment manufacturers to produce 10 million face masks by May 2020

Fabric Masks are now recommended by the USA Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for non-medical users. Since March 2020, we have switched our manufacturing capacity to produce masks to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our masks are also recommended by Ghana Ministry of Trade and Industry, Ghana Standards Authority, and Ghana Foods and Drugs Authority. These masks will be donated to local hospitals, church groups for deprived and vulnerable communities in Ghana and across West Africa

 
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How we manufacture

ATL and partners provide 100% breathable cotton fabric which is washed and treated at high temperatures. Local garment manufacturers sew face masks using approved designs from MOTI, GSA and FDA.

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Who are beneficiaries

In collaboration with the Ministry of Trade and Industry, all masks produced are distributed to district assemblies, local religious organization, local hospitals and deprived communities.

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How to Support

Each mask costs GH¢5 or US$1. You can support our efforts with your contributions today.

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Contact us now

To speak with a member of our team, or for more enquiries on the 10 Million Mask Campaign, please email us at: sales@akosombotextiles.com
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You can also make private or customized corporate orders here

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About the Team

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Alex Kyei

Adviser - Ministry of Trade and Industry, Accra, Ghana

Previously employed at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in Washington DC, USA.

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Philip Osafo-Kwaako

Director - Akosombo Textiles

Previously employed at McKinsey & Company in Nigeria and the Middle East.

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Adjo Asare

CEO - Alfie Design

Manufacturers of African clothes and accessoriesfor local and international markets.