Tchala managed to create from the needs of American market, a unit of production of collection, processing of shea butter which in return allows many women to live well and have good incomes.
His company manufactures soap, shampoo and shea butter products and coconut oil that are sold in supermarkets in Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom.
This emblematic figure of social entrepreneurship in Togo, combines profit and satisfaction with the needs of the community, especially rural women.
The principle of his economic model is innovate, impact and cultivate the spirit of solidarity. The company gives some of its profits for social actions that develop the environment where it sits.
The office of United States’ Economic Department welcomed the commitment of this Togolese with the Business Excellence Award (Women's Empowerment).
Olow-n'djo Tchala will receive this award on October 5 in Washington.
Established for almost 20 years, this state department award of excellence encourages companies that excel and whose results have a positive impact on local economies.