About Us

Due to failure to raise funds to join higher levels of learning, in 2016 we met at Social Innovation Academy in Mpigi-Uganda, an organization empowering marginalized youth to turn their life and community challenges into social businesses. We discovered that all our lives were victimized by our parents being disabled and due to true life experiences/passion towards conserving the environment, we gained an inspiration that became a turning point towards the establishment of Kimuli Collections.


To create unique garments using upcycled textile and plastic waste blended with traditional African fabrics manufactured by people with disability.


To be the most recognized disability inclusive, eco-fashion label in Africa.

Meet Our Team

Our team is more than a collection of people

Namujju Juliet


Juliet Namujju Suffered from the discrimination my parents faced for being disabled and I was inspired by my Granma who was a tailor and this led to Found Kimuli Collections. I Joined Social Innovation Academy (SINA) in 2016 where I got a chance to turn what people termed as madness into an idea that now amazes people.

Zaharah Nabirye


Zaharah Nabirye With experience in Business Management especially in the production of consumer products, Zahara is a proactive hardworking person with interest in creating impact through her knowledge in sustainable fashion. 

Tatian Joan Wandar


Tatiana was fortunate to be admitted at social innovation academy which turns around life stories of the suffering into positive catalyst of social change. Where she has received full empowerment and want to give back to other disadvantaged youths who are facing mistaken assumptions limiting them from acquiring their dreams. 

Friday Moses


A graduate of Kyambogo University with Bachelors of Economics and Statistics, now perusing Certified Public accountants of Uganda. I am passionate about creating sound financial strategies for start-ups and entrepreneurs across the world. 

Rose Nakangu


Rose Nakanjja (Can’t hear and talk). Our skills trainer manager at Kimuli Collections, she leads the tailoring and crafts trainings in rural communities for persons with disabilities and the brain behind the production of the upcycled garments and accessories. All the way from the beginning, Rose is s fast learner, passionate and motivated woman.