Disabled Ugandan uses craft skills to set up home business [no comment]
After suffering from polio when he was three months old, Ugandan entrepreneur, Simon Lutaaya became disabled. He is unable to speak clearly today and has difficulty moving as a result. But through training he has found a way to use his limbs and start a business selling crafts he makes at home in Kampala. After completing his studies at a special needs school in Uganda in 2009, Simon Peter Lutaaya started making crafts at his family home in Kampala, and selling them to customers.