The Swahili word kipaji means
Tukutana's Kipaji Project brings this word to life by helping East African women develop abilities and cultivate talents through our Sowing Change program. Many of the ladies in our program choose to learn sewing skills so they can earn income to feed, clothe, and educate their children.
Seamstresses, in training, practice by making drawstring bags out of colorful African fabrics called Kitenge. The are bags are filled with school supplies, soaps, toothbrushes, etc. (gifts/presents) and donated to ministries, orphan homes, community-based projects, hospitals, villages and schools across Uganda.
Tukutana staff and volunteers provide Kabaji Project beneficiaries with hygiene and other trainings pertinent to the gifts they receive.
Kipaji Project Recipients
Africa Greater Life Mission | Africa Renewal Ministries | African Children’s Choir | Agape Ministries | Another Hope Orphan Home | COBAP | Cornerstone Development | CURE Uganda | Dwelling Places | Friends Orphan School | Frontline Ministries | God Cares Orphan Schools | God's Purpose Orphan Home | Impact Ministries | International Hospital of Kampala | Jajja's Home (Pediatric AIDS Hospital) | Katalemwa Cheshire Home | Living Hope Orphan's School | Lord Cares Primary School | Loving Hearts Babies' Home | Molly and Paul Orphan Schools | Mulago Cancer Ward | Munyony Community Project | Nakitoma Community Project | Nakitoma Primary School | Refuge and Hope International | Retrak | Rise and Shine Nursery School | Samaritan's Purse | Savior's Orphan Home