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PARTNER with us

Influencers As an influencer, you can guide your audience to make responsible purchasing decisions. Make a statement by incorporating ethical fashion into your brand. Whether you want to customize one of our standard pieces with your logo and colors, or dream up something new using the locally-sourced materials we have available, we are committed to working alongside you to make a difference.

Businesses Partner with us on your next big project, whether to source materials ethically or to complete an entire charitable campaign. We provide social good consultation, and work hand in hand with you to produce quality workmanship that directly benefits Ugandan families.

 
 
 
 

 

 
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THE PROCESS

Customize one of our standard designs. All clay bead types can be painted in the color of your choice to reflect your brand, or left unpainted for a natural look. Glass beads and metal pieces are also available in a variety of colors and styles. Your logo or initials can be embossed on a hand-pounded metal charm to make any jewelry piece truly yours.

Want to design something completely original? We work with creatives to bring their ideas to life. Send us drawings, descriptions, and inspiration photos, and together with our Ugandan design team, we will iterate with you until your perfect design is a reality.


STORYTELLING

We love working with our clients to create packaging, social media assets, or full-on campaigns to tell the story of impact inherent in each piece. Whether you want to brand it Amaani, cobrand together with us, or private label your line, we can provide photos, video, data, and stories to communicate your impact.


MATERIALS

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CLAY BEADS

Hand-molded beads made from clay garnered from a nearby mountain.

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GRAY SEEDS

These natural beads grow in marshlands throughout Uganda.

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COW HORN

An up-cycled, ethical byproduct from Uganda’s cattle industry.

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BARKCLOTH

A traditional Ugandan material made from the bark of the mutuba tree.

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GLASS BEADS

Beadwork is inspired by traditional tribal accessories.

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METAL

Brass and armenium (silver-colored) are hand-pounded into functional and decorative designs.