Growing up from the upper west region of Ghana, Mabel Suglo saw how her late grandma who had leprosy with just a single thumb, defied the odds in cultivating food crops on a piece of land to feed her mum and grandchildren despite her physical disability, stigmatization and being marginalized.
This brave and courageous act of her as a single mother inspired her to found Dignified Wear in serving as an employer for persons with disabilities and rural women to manufacture durable, versatile and fashionable wear thereby maximizing their career potential and take steps towards their long term financial and personal well-being.
This is by first of all giving them a chance to prove their abilities, improving their skills, providing them with resources and platforms that will able them do great things in taking ownership of their lives and not live on the handouts of people.
To be a leading and sustainable employer of rural women and the physically disabled artisans in Ghana.
To be a leading training and manufacturing institution of Eco-friendly cultural products while creating job opportunities for the less privileged and vulnerable in our society.