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  • Richard Bbaale

    Ugandan entrepreneur, Richard Bbaale is a social entrepreneur from Uganda that founded BanaPads in 2010, a company using banana pseudostem wastes, which are usually left to rot after harvesting, to make sanitary towels. BanaPads is an award winning social enterprise registered in Uganda and Tanzania with the aim of manufacturing affordable and eco-friendly (100% biodegradable) sanitary …

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  • Juliet Namujju

    Juliet Namujju is the CEO of Kimuli Fashionability, a Ugandan fashion label on a mission to create a world made better with recyclable fashion. Her story started with the loss of both her parents at an early stage of her life. While growing up, her grandmother who was a tailor taught her how to sew …

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  • Joel Cherop

    Joel Cherop

    Joel Cherop is a Ugandan and beneficiary of the Tony Elumelu Foundation Entrepreneurship Programme. His agri-business, Ataari River Integrated Irrigation Initiative (ARIII), a horticulture and rice production venture identifies, trains and seeds young people to begin their own agri-business ventures in a model dubbed “Learn as you earn”. Since receiving seed capital from the TEF …

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  • Kaddu Davis Nkwanga

    “Siloa Medical Laboratory” is a private health facility located in Kasubi zone III a suburb of Kampala which provides efficient laboratory-based health services to customers. They provide services like general medical care, laboratory services, health checks, maternity and antenatal, at affordable rates. Major milestones, Kaddu Davis have crossed are; being able to create jobs for …

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