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The Meaning of Mentorship Throughout WWK CBO Partners

Since launching in the summer of 2022, WWK’s Mentorship Program is thriving in each of the NGO’s local partner communities. The mentees are experiencing life changes as they are continuously learning from meeting regularly with their mentors. Nambi Madinah is pictured above meeting with Jingo Docus, Program Coordinator of the Abakyala Kisoboka Women’s Group (AKWG), WWK’s CBO partner of Kayunga village.  Nalukwago Milly, NGO Executive Director who also serves as the Director of the Mentorship program says, “We are happy to hear from the mentors at our monthly virtual peer mentor meetings. They share that mentees report that the program has improved both their business and family life. Two mentees have already started paying for land that they will use to farm and build a homestead. While another mentee shared that her daily earnings doubled, and she is so grateful for the initiative.”  WWK strategically started with a pilot Mentoring program in 2022 and is excited to grow the program with additional mentors and mentees in 2023.