Cooee Kids Ethical Kids Fashion Blog — Who made my clothes

Thanks for shopping with us this summer - it has helped us support more children like Najja

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Over the past 4 months we have been supporting Chance for Childhood by donating £2 from the sale of every t-shirt in our summer collection. This donation will go towards their work in Uganda, where Chance for Childhood have been working since 2008 to support marginalised children and young people affected by conflict, children in conflict with the law, and children and young people in refugee settlements. Support from Cooee Kids will enable us to help more children like Najja With little education, no job and no support from her parents, teenage Najja was forced to beg on the streets to survive. With only the tiny...

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Get ready to come on a Safari with us...

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Get ready to come on a Safari with us...

So with over 10 year of living in Africa between us, we are so excited to bring a little more of Africa into our most recent designs. As well as sourcing all our cotton and production in Uganda, our latest collection - (which will launch next week) will feature African Prints. A request from many of our repeat customers.  “You make all your clothes in Africa - please can we have some African designs”

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Naomi - our co-founders story. Never give up - Dream and make it happen

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Naomi - our co-founders story. Never give up - Dream and make it happen

So, I'm coming up to my 8 year anniversary of living in Africa. I can't quite believe that I'm still here.  It was NOT the plan to still be here. We were moving to Kenya for 2 years max, I got to quit my job in London, learn Swahili, improve my tan, do something worthwhile, and sip gin & tonics, whilst watching the African sun go down with my new friends. 

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Who made my clothes?

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Who made my clothes?

Have you ever thought about all the steps that are necessary to get the #cotton on the field into your wardrobe as a finished #t-shirt? And how many hands are involved in the process? We have and thought we would give you a little overview: it all starts with nothing more than a few little seeds of cotton, the field is prepared, the seeds are planted, the plants are cared for and the cotton is harvested - in our case this happens in Western Uganda 🇺🇬, where the raw cotton starts it’s journey, firstly just a few miles up the...

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