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About Mgbanghe

Mgbanghe is a hand-woven mat fence that is widely used among Bwatiye and Mbula communities. Typically woven with tough local reeds that are commonly found across many parts of northern Nigeria, a mgbanghe is usually erected around an orchard, a farm or a vegetable garden to protect the crops from animals.

Mgbanghe is also often found around sacred sites and shrines to prevent the uninitiated from seeing the secrets they hold

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Mgbanghe

As a community-based non-profit organization, we adopted the name Mgbanghe to symbolise our collective mission to build a protective ‘fence’ of support around the things that are important to us.

Vision

Mgbanghe seeks to preserve and protect the livelihoods, heritage and history of the people in its area of operation by building a fence of will, resources, persons and ideas across the region.

Our Mission

Founded by a group of friends, Mgbanghe’s founding objectives includes serving as an organisation with a genuine passion for community development.