Social Impact

SEED Award 2010 winnersG-lish collects plastic rubbish and scrap African cloth and trains youth and women to transform those materials into twine. Skilled basket weavers weave the plastic and cloth twine into baskets, home-wares and art work using traditional weaving methods—thus preserving cultural heritage while helping alleviate poverty and tackling entrenched and overlooked environmental waste problems. We won a SEED Initiative award for sustainable social enterprise in 2010, one of 30 awarded globally. 

Since 2010 G-lish Foundation has achieved the following impacts:

Environmental Impact

Social and Economic Impact