Here’s Our 2014 Holiday Gift Guide: 6 Really Cool Ideas

?Tis the season of giving.

While it has been a year of highs and lows, one thing is clear ? Africa knows it?s Christmas time! We?look forward to this time of the year because it?s a time to reflect, and also a time to share our love with people who matter to us through gift giving. Here is our list of fab 2014 holiday gift ideas.

From our hearts to yours, we wish you happy holidays!


  • PUKU



    There are portable chargers, and there are portable chargers. Puku?chargers are?as stylish as they come. They are the perfect gift for that one friend or family member of yours whose cell phone battery seems to perpetually run out of battery power at the worst possible moment. With six vibrant colors to choose from, they make the perfect accessory for the fashion forward individual on the go.




    Shea Yeleen2

    You can never go wrong with gift sets, and Shea Yeleen products are a great way to go. The story behind the brand is a great reason to give. Each product, from harvest to production is made from high quality raw shea butter by womens? cooperatives in Northern Ghana ? it doesn’t get more organic than this. Purchase their ABAN and Shea Yeleen holiday gift sets and try their Lavender gift boxes.


    Africa Responds2

    The world is aware of the toll that the Ebola outbreak has had on affected countries in West Africa. One major platform that has risen to the challenge is Africa Responds, in an effort to call attention to Africa?s frontline mission to mitigate the spread of Ebola and enable assistance to community organizations on the ground in their provision of prevention, care and treatment services. To date, their efforts have a gone a very long way. This holiday season, support their amazing work by making a donation.


    Quellyrue Designs2

    You can?t go wrong with a signature Quellyrue Design. From sweaters to scarves and purses, each design remains true to the essence of Africa, celebrating the cultural legacy, happiness, truth, colors, textures, and the beautiful people of the continent. Make a purchase today!

  • A.A.K.S


    A A K S?produces raffia bags, handmade by a women?s cooperative in Bolgatanga, northern Ghana. The brand produces luxurious handmade accessories using ethical processes and age-old craft traditions, which are not often seen beyond the borders of Ghana. Ghanaian fashion designer Akosua Afriyie-Kumi wants the world to see how luxury and quality can grow from traditional designs and is using?A A K S?to change perceptions of Africa through fashion.?This is a great gift for your wife, daughter, girlfriend, sister or friend.