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Providing gainful employment in underdeveloped communities via the production of high quality, ethically manufactured garments for the global market

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Cost effective manufacturing with duty-free benefits into the US and Europe

We strive to be a model for workforce wellbeing, women's empowerment, ethical trading, and adoption of green practices. Learn more about our Impact.


Maagrace is a 500+ machine garment factory, specializing in the production of outerwear, fleece, and nightwear for the international market.

The factory is based in Ghana 90 minutes from both the capital city Accra and the deep sea port at Tema. 

  • Duty-free imports into the USA and Europe, saving brands up to 39% vs alternative suppliers

  • Quick end-market logistics: 16-28 days direct routing to the US, 15-20 days to Europe

  • Competitive labor costs due to low cost of living in the factory's semi-rural location in Ghana

  • Global raw material sourcing capabilities (via partnership with Ethical Apparel Africa)

  • SMETA certified (Sedex approved) with WRAP certification expected Q1 2023

  • Skilled management team with decades of experience in quality, digital patterns / product development, industrial engineering, etc.

  • Strong ability to handle complex product in outerwear and nightwear categories due to extensive investment in training. See more on Product here.


Our Vision: To be the most ethical, sustainable, and trusted apparel manufacturer in West Africa


Maagrace was founded in 2003 in Koforidua, Ghana, by pioneering Ghanaian entrepreneur Comfort Owusu-Agyemang. Comfort's goal was to provide employment and training in this semi-rural area, especially to women facing severe under-employment and lack of opportunity. Today, thanks to her vision and dedication, Maagrace has become the largest employer in the region and a leader in women's economic empowerment. Very sadly, Comfort passed away in late 2022. Her legacy will forever live on in Maagrace's continued impact on people and on the industry.

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In 2021, Ethical Apparel Africa acquired a majority share in Maagrace and invested significantly to increase Maagrace's export capacity. EAA partners closely with the Owusu-Agyemang family as we work to achieve the Maagrace vision.

  • Delivering excellence for our customers

  • Continuously improving and innovating

  • Ensuring a caring and safe working climate

  • Treating everyone with respect and dignity

  • Being trusted and transparent in all we do

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