During his travels to Ghana to study cultural drumming, musician Gregory ‘Ayinedollah’ MacCarthy fell in love with the country’s vibrant culture and craftsmanship. Holding the vision to bring Ghana’s handmade products to his native Canada, Baba Tree was born. Years later, the brand prides itself on being the fairest trader in Bolgatanga, providing its many employees with
competitive compensation and job opportunities, while providing its customers with a peerless collection of colorful, handwoven baskets native that symbolize Ghana’s creativity, hope and inspiration.
Baba Tree supports
This product has been crafted with materials that are derived from plants, animals, or other naturally occurring materials.
This organization includes employees in company operations, management decisions and supply chain, as well as participates actively in local initiatives.
This brand ensures a living wage for its supply chain workers, while also providing opportunities for acceleration, professional development and leadership.