It's Possible

Today, almost 70% of children who enroll in primary schools in Uganda are likely to drop out because of hidden costs proving too high for poorer parents

To solve this, Kisoboka Africa mobilizes parents to form school based groups to embark on income generating initiatives that are used to finance children's education, and improve family livelihoods. The organization also works to instill a saving culture, entrepreneurship and leadership skills in children.

School Community Banks
School Community Banks
School Community BanksLearn more
Young Savers Clubs
Young Savers Clubs
Young Savers ClubsLearn more
Community Outreaches
Community Outreaches
Community OutreachesLearn More

Kisoboka Africa in action

Financial Literacy for Children is Key

We provide financial Literacy Training for both primary school and secondary school children

Financial Literacy for Children is Key

We provide financial Literacy Training for both primary school and secondary school children

Enabling skills development for young people

In order to prepare them for the future of work, we have been creating partnerships with organisations like Mbajja foundation to empower youths in our school based Young Savers Clubs(YSCs) with livelihood skills like sweater knitting.

Enabling skills development for young people

In order to prepare them for the future of work, we have been creating partnerships with organisations like Mbajja foundation to empower youths in our school based Young Savers Clubs(YSCs) with livelihood skills like sweater knitting.

Culture of Saving and Play at our partner schools

It is usually exciting seeing you children participate in savings groups after playing their games at school. The children are being empowered for a very dynamic future through our initiatives.

Culture of Saving and Play at our partner schools

It is usually exciting seeing you children participate in savings groups after playing their games at school. The children are being empowered for a very dynamic future through our initiatives.

Business Training catalyses prosperity in rural areas

We discovered that most of our group members lack the knowledge and skills to operate successful businesses. That is why we started training them in basic business skills and we have seen a rise in the number of them starting new small scale enterprises as a result of the knowledge and confidence gained from this training initiative.

Business Training catalyses prosperity in rural areas

We discovered that most of our group members lack the knowledge and skills to operate successful businesses. That is why we started training them in basic business skills and we have seen a rise in the number of them starting new small scale enterprises as a result of the knowledge and confidence gained from this training initiative.

700 Community Members Empowered
1500 Children retained in School
40 Income generating projects started
26000 Amount in dollars saved in SCOBAs

Latest stories from the field

Follow our journey as we work to keep thousands of children in school empowering poor parents in rural Africa with financial tools to prosper and educate their children