Empowering female youth to build up the apparel industry in Uganda.
MODO School works with unemployed youth in Uganda to provide them with a skill-set in fashion design that leads to employment and entrepreneurship opportunities.
Through our program we create pathways to employment and entrepreneurship for the youth we work with. Our graduates will either go on to start businesses of their own or join our workforce at our factory in Uganda.
Empowering the Next Generation of Leaders for Ugandan's Fashion Industry.
Look out world.
MODO programs are designed to lead to career opportunities in the fashion industry through either employment or entrepreneurship.
Student goes on to start their own businesses equipped with a sewing machine from MODO, access to after support from our team, and she is connected to our supply chain resources. She is empowered.
Student joins our team at MODO factory as a tailor and makes a living wage while contributing to the manufacturing of garments for women-led brands locally and globally. She is able to provide for herself and her family.
Our full time one-year program that provides a comprehensive knowledge in fashion design, entrepreneurship, tailoring, and product development. Students leave ready to pursue a career in the fashion industry or start a fashion brand of their own.Full-Time
Learning never stops. Our lifelong learning program is a weekend course that offers women the opportunity to learn tailoring on the side; providing working women the opportunity to gain a new skill.
In Uganda, there are three longer period of breaks from school for secondary level or University aged students. Our Holiday Makers program allows youth to be introduced to tailoring over their break.
Our tailoring factory manufactures apparel for brands both locally and globally. Graduates have the opportunity to join our factory upon completion of their course.