What can we say about Juliet? Juliet is a mother to four living children, her youngest passed away two years ago from a sudden, unexplained illness. She was dropped off at her mother’s house while Juliet came to the center … Continue reading
We’re going to be highlighting our advanced tailors this week. Today, meet Francis, mother of 5, former singer who had a hard fall from grace and returned to her roots in the village…only to find herself in an abusive situation … Continue reading
Hello Friends and Fans! We’ve been awfully quiet lately. We have had a lot of large decisions to make about the program and locations, safety of our program participants and spend the last few months really focusing on an … Continue reading
What is your weapon of choice for your passion? This is ours, a treadle sewing machine. As we rarely have electricity and currently need to have the house rewired so more than one outlet will be functioning, these little … Continue reading
How beautiful are these three? Marguerite, Justine and Prossy dressed to the nines during Jessica’s last trip to Uganda for our final celebration dinner. We wanted to celebrate one year of our program in Kapeeka and Jessica decided to do … Continue reading
Our beginning students all learn to sew on paper. This helps them to control the needle and tension. Too loose and it becomes knotted, too tight and it rips the paper. The dots also help to teach space and visual … Continue reading
We want to send Laurel Wright at Cosmos and Pearls a HUGE “THANK YOU” for interviewing our founder and spreading the word on our work.
We truly love all of our fans and dedicated supporters. If you simply share us by word of mouth, you do more for us than you could ever know.
Thank you Laurel!
It’s almost 2014, but we have a few more things to accomplish in 2013, mainly 25! Our advanced tailoring students have 25 children that we collectively sponsor for their education. As their mothers work so hard, part of their education … Continue reading