Brighten your table using this cloth napkin, sewn by seamstresses in Kampal, Uganda at TEXDA from African kitenge fabric that's sourced from local markets -- a great way to be eco-friendly!
- Sold individually
- 20" H x 20" W (50.8 x 50.8 cm)
- Handmade in & fairly traded from Uganda
TEXDA promotes the growth of the entrepreneurs in textile businesses in Uganda by helping women upgrade their technical, managerial, and entrepreneurial skills. The organization strengthens capabilities of the textile sector in Africa through mentoring and machinery provisions, and facilitates the manufacturing of innovative quality products that are competitive on both local and export markets.
TEXDA is a center of excellence in Uganda where women develop their creativity skills in textile design and garment production. Providing hands-on training allows entrepreneurs to develop their skills and challenge their creativity. Today over 1,050 trainees have followed courses at TEXDA and as a result they manage businesses that not only generate income, but also create traineeships and employment for others.