Most of our soap recipients in Ghana have been prisons and orphanages. In many African countries, prisons are so stretched for funds so they do not provide personal hygiene products so most go without. Certain skin conditions are common in prison populations which can be easily rectified by killing the bacteria using soap. Soap in this case is a necessity, when living in such close quarters that are often unclean. We hope the soap provides the inmates with some dignity and better health.

In addition, our soap has been distributed to orphanages in Ghana, which routinely cannot afford to provide soap to the children.  Our soap is used when other supplies are unavailable, ensuring continuous access and usage to improve health.