A world where no one is left behind through up-cycled fashion. Through recycling we preserve the environment and creating employment opportunities for youth and persons with disabilities.
Here are awards and recognition through which Kimuli Fashionability Emerged Winners.
Our Founder nominated as a main guest speaker at Bildkorrekturen Conference in Leipzig-Germany organized by Engagement Global about fair and ethical fashion happened in November 2017
Our Social business Kimuli Fashionability emerged as the winners and outstanding venture in the Ye-community of Uganda in October 2018 and currently finalist in the Ye-Global Awards.
Our founder selected as Unleash talent-2018 in Singapore under SDG-13 (climate action) where they held sessions, co-create and find solutions to the most pressing problems the world is facing.
We train persons with disabilities(those with physical and hearing impairments) free hands on skills of creative tailoring on how to turn plastic waste into fashion.
We employ marginalized, Homeless, urban and rural poor youth as waste collectors. Plastics like cement bags, milk packets, sugar sacks, rice sacks,
We organize fashion shows where the disabled showcase the products, they make from waste to raise funds and change people’s mind-set on the way they see disability
We organize sensitization programs in schools, children Camps(here with collaborative partners like KALEKE KASOME, HEDCO etc), and rural communities to support
We are a team of committed young enthusiasts dedicated to change the world into a better place through inclusive up cycled fashion!
Having lost both her disabled parents at the tender age of 6, Namujju Juliet was left in the care of her seamstress grandmother who struggled to provide for her. This means as a child, she had to forego ‘’trivialities’’ like playing dolls but Juliet did not let this get intoRead More …
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Mayembe Upper, Plot 139 Mpigi Town,
P.O. Box 35194 Kampala, Uganda