Social Impact Project for Fundraising Expert to Support Youth Employment in Uganda

How This Works

In the MovingWorlds Institute Global Fellowship, you will learn how to advance your for-good career while getting hands on experience on projects like this one.

Project Description and Impact

We are a nonprofit in Kampala, Uganda that empowers youth to become employable by turning their passions into sustainable careers. The organization addresses the lack of the economic opportunity for youth through an innovative, holistic program. The program uses free online courses, mentoring, skills development and entrepreneurship training. Through our program, participants are empowered to develop passion driven sustainable careers that enable them to become financially independent while creating employment opportunities for others.

Our organization also provides business support services that equip youth to become job creators, successful entrepreneurs and peer leaders in their communities. We equip youth with life skills and business skills that enable youth become financially independent.

As our organization is growing and getting ready to scale, we need a diversity of financial, technical and infrastructure resources to enable us achieve the organisational goals. Fundraising is therefore core to our ability to scale impact as well as operations. Our annual target for 2020 is to impact 500 early start up entrepreneurs from low income communities - urban slums, rural communities and two refugee settlement camps. This will lead to the creation of approximately 700 jobs for vulnerable youth who will in turn support at least one extra family members either a sibling or ageing parent.

Learning Opportunity

By participating in the MovingWorlds Institute, you will first learn social impact frameworks and human-centered design before putting your existing skills and new knowledge to action.In addition, this organization will expose you to new things, like:

Hands on experience with a grassroots social enterprise, research into the Ugandan eco system, linkage to our other partners as need arises.


We provide accommodation with one of the staff in their homes - shared living space. Experteer can eat local meals that are provided at home but can opt otherwise based on preference.

Food Stipend

We have local meals and the experteer can have the same during working hours.

Additional Benefits

City tours, guided travels as well as immersion into the Ugandan culture 


This project accepts virtual experteers.

About the Hosting Organization

Kyusa is a Non-profit working on Civic & Social Organization, Non-Profit, Professional Training & Coaching, E-Learning.


In Partnership With

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