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WHY WE LOVE THEM
Never mind the U.S. economy, Uganda's is on the up and up. By employing struggling female artisans to create their line of handbags and accessories, Tukula is working to create job infrastructure in Uganda. The money the women receive goes to pay for school fees, to further their own business pursuits or to provide a sustainable way of caring for themselves and their families. Maybelline says it best, ladies; because you're worth it.
Take it from Aretha, women deserve respect. Tukula gives just that, regardless of tribe or religion, and compensates their employees with above-average wages. To sweeten the deal, they provide each woman with mental and physical healthcare and a savings program. Tukula operates out of a safe, clean and encouraging work environment in Jinja, Uganda. R.E.S.P.E.C.T., Tukula.ABOUT tukula Tukula (meaning we grow in Luganda) is a cause-driven business invested in giving local Ugandan entrepreneurs an opportunity to grow above poverty. We do this by giving our artisans an above average wage for quality handmade products, an encouraging work environment, medical care and access to international markets. They are then able to provide themselves and their families with homes, food, education, and hope for the future. Through working with Tukula, these ladies are gaining confidence, joy, and the opportunity to empower others.
Our prints are all hand-picked from a fabric market in Kampala, Uganda. Due to the inconsistency in availability of these prints, all of our items are made with "limited edition" prints, which give our products a unique quality!
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