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Over the past four to five years, living in and travelling to Uganda, I’ve noticed some really cool things happening on the African continent. There’s a vibrancy in the air, and you can feel the sense of opportunity that is permeating everyday life. Africa's population is...

“Celebrate the beautiful moments in life” –Prossy Namakula Prossy’s Street Business School journey began as a small-scale farmer near her home district of Mukono. She sold cassava, sweet potatoes, beans and vegetables to generate income to support her family. When Prossy heard about SBS, she was...

Help us end STRONG! Our fiscal year is coming to a close and I personally want to ask for your help to end this year STRONG. With your support, we can continue to strengthen lives across the African continent and beyond. Our goal is to raise...

Nagitta Prossy: I am strong because I work hard, and through SBS, have learned how to run a successful business selling boiled corn. I am a single mother of four children, who can now provide them with milk, eggs and a future – depositing their school...

The Trip A mother's wish: My daughter Megan and I recently went to Uganda to experience firsthand the incredible work being done by Street Business School (SBS).  It was so special to take this trip with Megan because we have both been involved with BeadforLife/Street Business...

Measuring Facts ~ For more than a decade of my career, I have been a nonprofit fundraiser. So, when I was presented the opportunity to join Street Business School (SBS) in Uganda this year, I came with the critical eye of a development professional. I...

The nonprofit Street Business School has been teaching Ugandan women how to launch their own businesses for more than a decade. Its programming has already reached more than 60,000 people, who increased their incomes by an average of 211 percent by starting small, locally-based businesses....

Before our business training, Sandra was selling old newspapers and candy on a mat in the streets. She could only afford one meal a day. She wasn't able to pay medical bills when her baby got sick. Sadly, her baby passed away at 10 months...

INSPIRED IMPACT is an ongoing blog series that gives voice to social entrepreneurs and leaders of mission-driven organizations who are making an impact in their communities and industries. In June 2018, Street Business School CEO Devin Hibbard gave an in-depth to INSPIRED IMPACT, discussing the highly...

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