Nana Dolls Beautiful African Queens @hellonanadolls

Posted on: September 19th, 2017 | by:


For years, black parents have struggled to find dolls that reflect the look of their children.

Nana Dolls does not only fill this gap of a more familiar doll but also teaches the child about their history in a fun and educational way.

Their mission is to teach black children to love themselves and be proud of who they are. What better way to instill this self-love than through their favourite toys.

The launch of Nana dolls proved how relevant these dolls are, completely selling out within four days. Now the dolls are back in stock and they are doing better than ever.

“The support has been amazing. We created these dolls to inspire children of all cultures to love and take pride in their heritage in a world that’s not always so easy to do so”, says Fuse ODG (3-time MOBO Award Winning Afrobeats Superstar who is also the co-founder of Nana Dolls).


The dolls were inspired by historical African figures who fought for black freedom ,Yaa Asantewaa from Ghana, Miriam Makeba from South Africa, Funmilayo Ransome-Kuti from Nigeria and Mbuya Nehanda from Zimbabwe. Nana means Queen or King in the Ghanaian dialect ‘twi’.

“We are just as excited about these dolls as our customers. We plan on extending the range and adding more Queens and beautiful African print outfits” says creative director and co-founder, Karen Jonga.

With support from other influential celebrities such as Wyclef Jean, Ed Sheeran, Tinie Tempah, Sean Paul & Sarkodie, Nana Dolls are here to teach the younger generation the important history of these powerful and courageous African Queens.


Join Nana Dolls on this exciting journey as we all learn about their strong characters and their ultimate bravery.

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