The Matilda Flow Inclusion (MFI) Foundation is a non-profit, non-governmental organization that operates a transitional employment program for women with disabilities, mothers of children with disabilities, and community members in Greater Accra, Ghana.

About the MFI Foundation:

Located in Amasaman, a suburb of Accra, Ghana, MFI Foundation is based out of a tailoring and cloth-dying workshop. There are four employment categories connected to the foundation: permanent seamstresses, transitional sewing apprentices, transitional cloth-makers, and weavers and beadmakers in a work-from-home program. MFI Foundation creates upcycled fashion sold in the USA by Make Fashion Clean (MFC). The foundation is committed to advancing social inclusion and living wages for its workers and the wider community. The MFI Foundation was co-founded by Matilda Lartey and DL Lundberg.

MFI Foundation is currently expanding its Board of Directors to include community leaders in Ghana with experience in non-profit management, artisan work, environmental activism, disability activism, and design. If you have expertise in one or more of these areas and are interested in getting involved, email your CV/resume or LinkedIn profile to Matilda at and

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