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As the sole caregiver for five children, Margret was excited to learn that she could start with what she had to create a business that would allow her to pay both her household expenses and the education fees for her grandchildren and the orphans she...

Along with hard business skills, Street Business School programming aims to strengthen the traits like self-confidence, independence and grit that are key to sustaining a successful business in volatile times. ...

At Street Business School, we believe in every woman’s potential to build a brighter future for herself and her family. We believe in GRIT. At 43, Esther Awino epitomizes the term “GRIT.” She survived forced marriage and repeated challenges, determined to educate her daughters and give...

Determined to change her family's circumstances, Faridah took a course learning to make liquid soap, but found she had no capital or skills to start and manage a business. Street Business School's entrepreneurial curriculum helped her identify the resources to get started and believe in...

Juliet discovered that SBS helped her see potential in herself and in her life that she had not known was there. She now sees transformation not only in her life but in the lives of her family, as well....

Street Business School recently developed or expanded key partnerships with prominent organizations, and has also been featured in the Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR), the most prominent publication in the social space. We’re excited to share this news with you! SBS has been partnering with BRAC,...

Medius Busingye showed a natural aptitude for running a business, until robbery and Covid-19 made her fearful of trying again. After completing the SBS training, she is rebuilding her business and her savings. ...

Odiira is a joyful mother of three who persevered through many challenges. After participating in a Street Business School training, Odiira gained the skills and, most importantly for her, the confidence to start a microbusiness in her community. ...

In the last two years, the pandemic has strained every aspect of operations for organizations in the social sector. Nonprofit organizations (NGOs) saw drops in funding, higher costs for goods and services, and a simultaneous increase in need in their communities. As the pandemic enters...