Presentation about the RISE Diaries Project during a recent L-IFT global staff meeting by the Project Manager Aschalew Worku.
Comparison of preferred saving tools used by corner shops across different countries in Africa – Mali, Nigeria, Senegal, Uganda, and Zimbabwe In this blog, we will explore the types of savings tools that corner shops choose to utilize over others in … Continued
Part Two The Finbit Experience as a Tool for the RISE Project In the previous blog, we have discussed about what the RISE project is all about and its purpose in the life of the refugees in Uganda. It also … Continued
Part One What is the RISE project? The RISE Project is an initiative from Opportunity International together with a number of partners, including OBUL, FINCA international and FINCA Uganda, PHB Development and L-IFT. RISE stands for Refugees: Innovation, Self-reliance and … Continued
Uganda Refugee Policy has been acknowledged as the most progressive one in the world. It allows refugees to have freedom of movement, the right to work and the freedom to establish business. This intends for refugees to attain some level … Continued
This photo was taken in July 2016 at the first training of FEDU (Financial and Energy Diaries Uganda). The team in the photo is each doing very well and keeping in touch amongst them and also with L-IFT. Let’s continue … Continued
Corner-shops have paramount importance of operating as a gateway to communities specially during the difficult time of the pandemic. The mitigation measures that were taken by the government to slow down COVID-19 is presumed to affect the daily operation of … Continued
This Article is posted as part of NextBillion’s article series. It is entirely taken from there. It is written by our Managing Director Anne Marie van Swinderen. Editor’s note: This article is part of NextBillion’s series “Enterprise in the Time of … Continued