At the workshop, socially marginalized people such as single mothers and former child soldiers living in urban areas are involved in production activities as "creators".
RICCI EVERYDAY was born in 2015 with the desire to provide a "place" where they can improve their lives and at the same time send their products to the world with pride.
Uganda is a country with a high unemployment rate, as it is said that only about 20% of people who have graduated from a famous university can get a job with regular income. Under such circumstances, there are almost no places where women who have had few opportunities to receive education can work with their children.
At RICCI EVERYDAY, we will provide employment to local women and provide them with an opportunity to realize their potential and face life with will and pride.
About 20 staff members work in the Ugandan workshop.
The sewing machine team that sews the fabric, the leather team that sews the leather by hand, the craftsmen who make and connect fine paper beads, and the management work team that carries out export and management work, etc., carry out their daily work while dividing their roles. We are proud of our staff who find their true self through their work and shine as professionals.