In our communities soap is a regular part of our personal hygiene routine. It’s useful for removing dirt and sweat from the skin. As Women and Able hands Uganda Initiative we believe it also possible to make soap at home. Making soap is fun, cost effective and usually our participants find it a smooth process during the training. You can also choose the ingredients and scents based on your preferences in your communities. There are two ways of making soap which include a hot process and cold process
This soap making activity helps our community customize soap down to the last ingredient so a cold process is usually a great option for our teams. You get to choose the oils, scents and others. Once you find your perfect formula you can start getting creative with the designs. Cold process soap is made by combining oils and sodium hydroxide lye, which causes a chemical reaction called saponification melt and pour soap that has already gone through the process.
Washing and bathing are the most important ways to maintain good health and protecting ourselves from infections, illnesses, disorders and therefore soap must be used to ensure a smooth process. Maintaining cleanliness is also important for our self-confidence, bodily and emotional well-being.
While making the soap we advise our Women and other participants that it takes time to master the process, so don’t be discouraged if your soap isn’t perfect. The more you give it a try, the better your soap will be and to always follow safety measures and work slowly.
Hibiscus Juice making
Hibiscus Juice has a lot of benefits and yet it is very easy to make. Women and Able hands Uganda Initiative seeks to economically empower women. We train women on how to make hibiscus juice.
As Women and Able hands Uganda Initiative seeks to economically empower women, we also believe that good hygiene is an essential part of safeguarding health, so establishing a concrete
In our communities soap is a regular part of our personal hygiene routine. It’s useful for removing dirt and sweat from the skin. As Women and Able hands Uganda Initiative we believe it also possible
Digital Security Training
Women and Able hands Uganda Initiative seeks to economically empower women and build skills in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) so we also train our women and other participants