What is all the fuss about AGOA you may ask? read about its relevance to African manufacturing image of factory 1888 worker - image courtesy West Africa Trade Hub http://www.africafashionguide.com/2012/06/agoa-forum-2012-expiration-of-third-country-fabric-examption-threatens-gains/
The importance of AGOA to Africa's apparel industry. read up here: http://www.africafashionguide.com/2012/06/agoa-forum-2012-expiration-of-third-country-fabric-examption-threatens-gains/ image of apparel workers - image courtesy West Africa Trade Hub
Afia in ghana ethically made product... we support them for fashion revolution day Thursday 24th April is Fashion Revolution Day. We remember those who died or who were impacted by the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh and so at Africa Fashion Guide we support this day. Follow the campaign and wear your clothes inside out and lets start a revolution! Read more here: http://wp.me/p27Yw3-230
Ugandan Organic Waxcloth Sling Bag at Global Girlfriend. Crafted with hand-printed Ugandan wax cloth on organic cotton fabric, each bag is a unique work of art. And because it's handmade by women artisans in Uganda, your purchase helps to improve their lives as well as those of their families and community.
Amani ya Juu (“peace from above” in Swahili) is a sewing and training program for marginalized women in Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda, and Liberia. Women at Amani are learning to work together thr... http://www.africafashionguide.com/2014/09/amani-africa-sewing-and-training-program-for-marginalized-women/