To help drive sustainable economic growth in the Kyotera District of Uganda through initiatives that address the community’s three major challenges: access to financial markets, educational opportunities, and public health.
Established in 2008, Mikwano Microfinance has made over $6,000 in loans with full recapture.
Access to education
Significant infrastructure improvements to Bethlehem Parents School resulting in a safer, cleaner learning environment and increased enrollment
Construction and ongoing development of a community health clinic
Ongoing sponsorship program providing 100+ orphans with access to a high quality private school education.
Programs with HIV/AIDS widows cooperative work to address mental health and economic development of cooperative.