Working with partners both in the United States and Uganda, we hope by mid – 2023 to have almost a dozen household goods available to the public. Some example of products include: Candles, Textiles, Furniture, Bathing loofahs, and Pottery.
We are currently working on establishing farms, which will provide us stable and reliable sources productions to increase our oil production. Our current selection is low and used mainly in the production of our soaps. Our goal is to be able to produce six different types of cooking oils and over a dozen essential oils, which can be sold Locally, Internationally, or used in our other manufacturing processes.
Kamaala Enterprises is a proud producer of Apiary and Poultry products. Our business at the current moment produces “Beeswax, Honey, Poultry, and Eggs”. Over the coming months, we have already established plans to expand into products, such as “Rabbit, Pork, and Goat”. By increasing our animal husbandry operations we look to be able to produce “Tallow, Several different meat products, and secondary bi-products such as furs and leather”
Our company owns a pasteurizer in Jinja and has a history of pasteurizing milk and creating yogurts. By working with International partners we are seeking to expand our productions into the production of “Soft and Hard cheeses, Butter/Ghee, and other milk based products.”
Located in Mbale town, we operate a commercial dehydrating business. Dehydrators are specialized ovens designed to preserve fresh fruit, vegetables, herbs, meat, and fish by removing their moisture. By dehydrating our food products we are able to increase the shelf life of any of our products by several weeks or months, without sacrificing their qualify. In addition, we are also able to use them to create addition products such as juices, flour, and ground spice products.
As of January 2023, we are awaiting the machinery to be shipped from our partners within the United States. We hope to pair our milling assets with our dehydrating business to allow us to produce other products previously unavailable to local communities. Many Ugandans use “Wheat, Maize, or Rice cooking flours”. However, globally other countries use flours made from “Beetroot, Radishes, and Turnips”. By producing these products, we hope to provide other affordable sources of cooking flours to local communities. In addition, we hope to use the milling and dehydrating assets to produce things such as “Ground spices, Juice mixes, and cooking powders”.
We are currently in the planning and development stages. We hope to create a manufacturing business that will produce a variety of manufactured food products. We hope to produce “Snack foods, Prepared meals, and even international foods”.
Kamaala Enterprises is a proud producer of Ugandan made soaps. We produce a variety of soaps for Home and Commercial uses. We produce over a dozen different styles and fragrances. Some include:
For hotels, ask us about our “Single use soaps”. We produce soaps at 5 g or less in size. This allows hotels to buy massive amounts of single use mini soaps allowing them to save compared to larger bars while still providing their customers high quality bathing soaps!
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Julius left a promising medical career to start his own organic agricultural business in an effort to not only attempt to bring food security to the community that he lives in, but to provide sustainable and high income jobs, the local community. Julius received his diploma in clinical medicine and community health from the Mbale School of clinical officers. During this time he and his sister founded the lift lives foundation a non-governmental organization that provides education, health care, and business networking to youth leaders within the community.
After many years of working as a clinical officer and helping run the lift lives foundation, he noticed that a common issue was helping youth find sustainable or high income jobs. Julius’s friend and international supporter of the lift lives foundation Dr. Sarah Martin in the United States introduced Julius to Ryan Parra the owner of Sandia consultants. The two then worked to open “Julius is farm products and services” which was one farm and focused on organic agriculture, which is the practice of growing crops without the use of any chemicals or fertilizers.
The first farm opened in 2020 just as the covid pandemic hit, however, because of the specialty strategies, chemicals and fertilizer were not needed. So while other farmers had issues being able to produce crops, julius’s farm products and services had no similar issues. After the first year, the business was so successful that a farmer and a neighboring district wished to join into a partnership. After only 6 months, the second farm was profitable enough to not only pay off the debt, but both julius’s farm products and services and the farm owner were receiving monthly profits. After the successful partnership over the course of the next year and a half, three additional farms would be built!
That brings us to where we are today, Julius’s goals today still remain the same as they were 3 years ago when the business was founded.
The goal for his business is the same goal he has for his community. If he can provide both high income jobs, sustainable jobs, and jobs that can provide benefits to help assist the next generation, then it is a business worth creating!
After working as an elected official and advocate for business organizations in the United States, he quickly realized that between the flurry of registrations, taxation, networking, and administration requirements, most new owners find themselves overwhelmed.
With that, his company idea was born: “The goal was to provide business owners with someone who can help with their administration needs during the startup period.
By doing this, it allows the business owner the ability to dedicate his or her time to the business, allowing it a better chance to succeed long term.”
Rather than charging for our services, we seek partnerships.
By our business taking a minority shareholder position, we are able to help with the business day-to-day operations.
This allows us to help with all aspects and operations, while allowing the owner to have majority control.
After a time in which the business is stable, the company moves from offering daily services, to weekly and monthly reports on Business, Economic, and Education consultancy.
This means a business will have experts available to provide the support the business needs as it grows.
Keeping in mind the business does not get paid any upfront costs, the only way the company makes money is via its shareholder position. This means “Sandia Consultants” has a vested interested in making sure to provide the best services possible – the more stable and profitable the business is, the better off both parties are!
GOAL 1: No Poverty
GOAL 2: Zero Hunger
GOAL 3: Good Health and Well-being
GOAL 4: Quality Education
GOAL 5: Gender Equality
GOAL 6: Clean Water and Sanitation
GOAL 7: Affordable and Clean Energy
GOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth
GOAL 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
GOAL 10: Reduced Inequality
GOAL 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities
GOAL 12: Responsible Consumption and Production
GOAL 13: Climate Action
GOAL 14: Life Below Water
GOAL 15: Life on Land
GOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions
GOAL 17: Partnerships to achieve the Goal