OKLAHOMA CITY – Due to the coronavirus pandemic, PAMBE Ghana, a partnership with local communities in northern Ghana and its United States-based board of directors, is taking their annual Global Market online with the support of their loyal customer and friend Leslie Batchelor.
Batchelor, a local attorney, offered space adjacent to her law office for an inventory warehouse and sales office.
The Global Market was founded in 2008 to raise awareness of PAMBE Ghana’s La’Angum Learning Center (LLC), and Fair Trade.
The La’Angum Learning Center provides pre-school through sixth grade for children in rural northern Ghana. The Center’s founder, Alice Iddi-Gubbels, first came to Oklahoma City in 2000 with her husband, Peter, who worked at World Neighbors.