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YAGANET was founded in 2016 as a social enterprise working to see inclusive financial and non-financial services, delivering and spreading financial literacy knowledge, business and life skills training services to under-served young people aged 8-24yrs and women between 24-35yrs while leveraging on partnerships and bringing economies of scale.

Our aim is to enable young people and women with the knowledge and skills to initiate own and effectively lead sustainable enterprises that build communities and transform lives. Envisaging a community of empowered young people and women leading economic transformation.

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YAGANET invest resources in identifying young people and women from poor undeserved communities (in schools and out of school) struggling with small survival enterprises and those with ideas, recruit them into our empowerment skills program involving various practical financial literacy skills, agribusiness skills and life skills.

Later we facilitate these trained young people and women to organize themselves into enterprise saving groups, which YAGANET invests in resources to enable trainees access to scale-up seed capital and asserts inform of microloans at a lowest 3% interest rates.........

Our Vision
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A world where empowered women and youth lead economic


Our Mission

Enable youth and women to initiate, own and effectively lead climate resilient enterprises that build communities and transform lives in Africa


Values informs us how we behave within ourselves, engaging with our partners, and while working with our beneficiaries. We ensure Integrity, equality believe in.......

Our Appeal 
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YAGANET was found in 2014 and formally registered in 2016 with a promise to scale up women owned informal small enterprises. Our founder grew up and studied a herd way, lost his dad in primary seven, left with a struggling mother who engaged in...........

Our three program pillars 
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Reduce Gender Gaps in financial Inclusion by

Empowering women, young girls and boys with financial literacy skills and knowledge to make informed financial decisions.​

Organise them into saving groups to enable access to finances for their enterprise scaling up.


Women and youth play a very important role in poverty eradication and improving the level of living. Since the overall level of education attainment among rural women and youth is low, their contribution is often limited to unskilled and manual work.

We train and impart business & managerial skills to women and youth needed to start and run a profitable farm and non-farm businesses.


We do research for evidence based interventions. We provide development and welfare support services including the expanded social package that influences rural underserved communities to improve among others services; community social and emotional support, and linkage to community agribusiness resources; Access to Safe Water for production, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) and Create ICT innovations for inclusiveness in agribusiness.