This ethically made plastic doll, known as Clonette, was born during the colonial era and was initially made in Ghana. It was the first mass-produced doll in Africa and can still be found on markets nowadays. Traditionally, there are rituals associated with it, including the belief that proper care for the doll can ensure fertility and survival of children.
A portion of the profits from the sale of dolls "Clonette" is dedicated to the education of children supported by the association of "Les Filles du Facteur" in Burkina Faso.
Please be aware that the Clonette dolls are decoration pieces. Squeak when pressed.