Our Impact

 
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Akello Susan , a victim of the LRA rebel insurgency in 2003 at the age of 14 is one of the amazing and enthusiastic youth in our program in Northern Uganda.  “ My attempts to start and manage a business were futile until when I joined MCE Program experience.” During the “Business idea generation” Susan came up with an idea of setting up an innovative food restaurant in her community.  Susan has since set up her restaurant known as Butterfly Restaurant earning a daily profit of $8. Recently was selected as the MCE entrepreneur of the year and selected to share her story on panel for her community Global Entrepreneurship Week as one of the young successful Business Starters.

Akello Susan, a victim of the LRA rebel insurgency in 2003 at the age of 14 is one of the amazing and enthusiastic youth in our program in Northern Uganda.

“ My attempts to start and manage a business were futile until when I joined MCE Program experience.” During the “Business idea generation” Susan came up with an idea of setting up an innovative food restaurant in her community.

Susan has since set up her restaurant known as Butterfly Restaurant earning a daily profit of $8. Recently was selected as the MCE entrepreneur of the year and selected to share her story on panel for her community Global Entrepreneurship Week as one of the young successful Business Starters.

What We Measure?

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35% started their own businesses.

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41% secured a paid job.

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71% have participated in a community activity.

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GROWING IMPACT

Our efforts to increase impact are simple and effective. In Vocational institutes , we implement through instructors. By this, we are sure that even if they left the programme, they are still able to transfer the same skills wherever they go. We equally run a fellowship for community fellows who implement the programme for early school leavers from their resident communities. We are sure that even if we left a particular community, these fellows will still give the acquired skills to the youths in their community.