Accra - Ghana, West Africa
+233206762106 / +233502444230

The difficulty of armed struggle is to make long distances near and make problems into
advantages. - CAO CAO






JackSnipe is a new company established in 2018. A parent company that currently nutures three subcompanies. These are just fresh foods, muje, and Asheke. These produce foods, art and craft and the exportation of raw materials respectively . She aims at empowering African girls and women by buying their unique products and selling them to the global community , teaching them skills and providing them tools they can work with to generate more income. We currently have less than 10 employees with some who work on part time basis. We are located in Accra,Ghana West Africa. She is owned by a proud African woman.

Our Mission

To set up businesses that uniquely serves the needs of all persons with much ease to promote health, provide comfort and luxury and establish good interpersonal relationships within the business and non-business environment. Our Mission will be to be that friend to the widow and help her in the little way
we can by raising funds for them. Also, if possible, attract other social philanthropists, groups and organization to them.

Our Vision

To set up at least one authentic business that will be a household brand to compete with in terms of it’s scale venturing features, its business models and strategies within the next decade.


An authentic art piece that reminds you and tells the world, how BEAUTIFUL (body and soul) YOU ARE. Nobody can ever be like you.

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As part of our vision, we want to help, encourage and bring joy to the hearts of widows. Why widows? They are the most vulnerable after children. Most “less sort” for groups. Most widows after the death of their spouse LACK EMOTIONAL CARE. Many widows do not have the courage to marry again. This comes as a result of been tagged a whore and/or the person responsible for the death of her spouse. The opposite is very different. In Africa, with reference to Ghana, most widowers marry less than six months after they lose their spouse. They are hailed and they walk free. Widows are made to undergo unnecessary funeral rites which is physically and psychologically abusive. This goes down to affect their self-worth. To make matters worse, some communities tag such women as witches, especially when these widows have grown into old age or they lost their spouses very early.
Aside emotional crises, a widow may face financial support especially if she depended on her husband as a source of livelihood. Yet, again she may face even more pressure financially if she has children to take care of. I ask, who will she ask to solicit help? She is trapped. She can go into depressive mood and if care not taken, might commit suicide.

We want to promote “PAINT AND PLAY, THE PAIN OFF”. To begin with, we will locate widows through surveys from villages and widow association groups in Ghana. We have located several. Our team will then move in to interact with these widows and teach them how to paint. We will then give five (5) or more paint canvasses to them. They will paint in groups amidst music, play and social interactions. 1% of the proceeds sold from their paintings will be donated to them.


Report for the year 2020

We deeply regret that our activities for 2020 was suspended until further notice due to
COVID 19 outbreak globally. We are however hopeful to carry out these projects in
2021. We wish to announce that the PAINT AND PLAY THE PAIN OFF initiative is now
a registered NGO under the laws of THE REPUBLIC OF GHANA. Our love and support
go to every life lost during these unforeseen times


A visit to Vume in the Volta Region, donation exercise (Food
and consumables)a visit to Vume in the Volta Region, donation exercise (Food
and consumables)


PAINT AND PLAY, THE PAIN OFF (maiden edition)


Unveiling the first maiden paint works on social mediaunveiling the first maiden paint works on social media


Fulfilling our promise by giving back the 10% of monies
generated from the campaign. Recap through pictures and report for the year and outline program for the incoming year


Donation of items to orphanage

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