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Impact Ugandan communities will be home to socially and economically empowered women who are confident, self-reliant, productive, and respected. These women will further boost their local economies by employing others, promoting gender-equality, and leading with purpose. Karacel will also improve women's access to resources empowering them to gain the knowledge they need to provide for their family's education and health. This will lead to greater community health, education, and gender equality.
This project will assist 30+ Ugandan women to start-up and run Karacel Bakery & Training Center in Northern Uganda. Karacel Bakery & Training Center is women owned and operated business that was founded to give young women the opportunity for meaningful employment, personal growth, and professional development. It also benefits the local community by offering business training and access to nutritious breads made with soya flour that are high in protein and otherwise unavailable on the market.Donate
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Karacel Community Development, Akongatar-Iceme, Oyam, Uganda.
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Doris Acham from Orib cing group borrowed a loan amounting to Uganda shillings 500,000 which she used to boost her fruit selling business at Loro town Council.
Silvia borrowed 500,000 to boost her charcoal business which is employing 4 youths; 1 female and 3 males who help transport charcoal bought from the villages to the trading centre.
Teddy Achola borrowed Uganda Shillings 700,000 from the group and used to purchase beans which she sells in the nearby markets. She says she earns Uganda shillings 50,000 weekly.
Hellen Borrowed 900,000 from the revolving fund to start her business of selling cooking oil in the nearby market. She gets a profit of Uganda shillings 10,000 on every jerrycan.
Sophia aged 50 , resident of Ongor and a mother of 7 children borrowed a total loan of Uganda Shillings 1,500,000 and used it to repair her broke down grinding mill.