She always fancied tinkering and making stuff, and rather than get rebuked, Rachael Winnie Kangumba’s parents put up with her constant need to take things apart, reverse engineer them, and many other creative adventures.
“I needed to know the inside workings of the items around me. I guess it is just how my mind is wired,” she says. But at the core of this inquisitiveness was that the 30-year-old hated being told that her family needed to import stuff. “I always asked, ‘why don’t we just make it?’ Little did I know that the questions I asked as a child would lead me to what I am doing as an adult.”
After pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial and Fine Art from Makerere University and graduating in 2011, Kangumba is now making things that we […]
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