YAGANET believes that empowering women, young girls and boys with financial literacy skills and knowledge on how to make informed financial decisions is a key success factor to ending gender gap.
More so, mentoring women and youths with business skills will enable them to be included in the labor force which could help reduce the financial inclusion gender gap.
We are striving to do our best by working with grassroots women and youths in rural communities, and train them in financial literacy skills, Organise them to start Village Saving and Credit Associations (SACCOs), link them to other existing financial institutions and continuously training their members in group dynamics, book keeping, loan management and investments.
YAGANET has so far trained over 10,000 women, farmers, youths and refugees in financial literacy from rural communities of Uganda. And voluntarily contacted some skype based training to Financial literacy Ring trainers from Zambia through GIZ.