Lifting up women entrepreneurs to
Attention, social impact world changers! Do you want to teach the people you serve how to increase their incomes?
WE CAN HELP.
When we invest in women, they invest in their communities. By increasing their incomes through business ownership, women can feed their families and send their children to school. Let’s ignite 1 million women entrepreneurs and leave poverty in the dust.
Street Business School is on a mission to end generational poverty by empowering women as entrepreneurs. As a global leader in entrepreneurship training, we equip women living in poverty with the knowledge they need to build sustainable businesses—and we empower them to believe in themselves and seize opportunity. We will reach 1 million women by 2027 through an innovative social franchise model to help others bring our world-changing model to their communities. Will you help us ignite 1 million?–
We understand the power of entrepreneurship, because we see it every day. Every business represents a new opportunity and a family lifted from poverty. This isn’t charity. It’s transformation.
PERCENT OF GRADUATES
have at least one business 2 years later
PERCENT AVERAGE INCOME INCREASE
for SBS graduates earning less than $.65/day
PERCENT AVERAGE INCREASE
- Coach Samuel Katende, SBS Workshop Graduate
- Coach Ezekiel, SBS Workshop Graduate
- Evelyn Mwondha, SBS Program Director
- SBS Workshop Graduate
- SBS Workshop Graduate
- Victoria Kabange, SBS Workshop Graduate
Bring our ready-to-deliver business training to your community and make connections during our fun and engaging workshops.
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