When you sponsor a partner mom in Uganda, you help her and her family escape poverty, you provide a promising future for her children, you grow her community’s economy, and you reduce the gender gap she struggles against.

When you sponsor a WWK member for $42/month, you know that you are making a significant difference in breaking the cycle of generational poverty.

Join With Women Kisoboka and with the sponsorship of others you will help a mother be the change in the lives of her children. You can witness that change and grow in your understanding of a young mother’s life who strives against lives in poverty.

Our process:
1. You sign up for a partner sponsorship.
2. If you wish, we can put you in touch with your partner mom in Uganda by phone or email.
3. Our goal is for sponsors to be engaged for 5 years so you can see your WWK partner mom transition from distress to success as they change      themselves, their family and their community.

Meet Our Members Who Would Enjoy And Appreciate Your Sponsorship

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Naluyima Edida

Naluyima Edida is a 42 year-old single mother of five in Nakaseke, Uganda. She was born during the Ugandan Civil War and lived a challenging life until she benefitted from WWK’s programming. With her first access to capital, Edida has established a thriving business selling bananas and has remarkably reduced her and her family’s poverty likelihood by 22% in less than three years!

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Berasira Musabye

Berasira Musabye is 37 years old with two children.  Her story demonstrates the desire of most vulnerable women to make their children’s lives better. The challenges Besaria faced as a single mom, were punishing. Berasira did everything she could to survive with her young children, so that they would have a roof over their heads, food in their bellies, and be able to go to school.  Today, WWK has made it possible for her to more than triple her daily income from 5,000ugx to 18,000ugx, in just 3 years. Now, Besaria sees a promising future for her family.

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Nakate Esteri

Nakate Esteri is a loving mother of four who lives in a predominately rural and remote village where 80% of people work in subsistence agriculture. Esteri did not go to school and married very young. She is exceptionally grateful to WWK, as she grew to double her daily income through a banana juice business and provides for the well-being of her family.

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Kyakimwa Sylvia

Kyakimwa Sylvia is happy to be sponsored!
Kyakimwa Sylvia is a young mother at 27 whose children range from 1-10 years of age. She knows from her own experience that education is essential to break the generational cycle of poverty. Sylvia was fortunate to have schooling up until grade 9, but then married young to survive. Despite being married, she struggled to provide for her family until she became a member of WWK in the hills of Kasese District.  Sylvia is growing her produce sales business to be able educate her children and to buy land to build a home.

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Nakagolo Zalika

Nakagolo Zalika is happy to be sponsored!
Nakagolo Zalika, a 30-year old mother of five, has revealed the deep drive to improve the lives of her children. Living in a remote rural village in Jinga District, she first worked to wash clothes for her neighbors and since joining WWK last year, has begun to sell roasted maize at night. With your sponsorship, Zalika can be the change not only within her family, but as an active member of her community.

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Nabaweezi Gertrude

Nabaweezi Gertrude is 40 years old and a mother of two living in the Busega urban settlement of Kampala, Uganda’s capital city. During difficult times, she trained as tailor to provide for her children as a single mother. Once she joined WWK, she used the profits from her initial business to buy a sewing machine. Today, Gertrude is determined to grow her business and make certain she can pay for her children’s education.

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Nalukwago Milly

Milly holds a diploma in education and worked for eight years teaching preschool in Kampala District. Since 2016, she served as Country Coordinator for the Uganda program of the out-of-country nonprofit, and in 2019 accepted the role as Executive Director of the ingenious NGO With Women Kisoboka. Knowing what it means to be a single mother, Milly appreciates the opportunity to work with poor, marginalized women of the local community partners, providing support, advice, and encouragement.

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Nakangu Mary

Mary grew up in the south of Wakiso District and worked diligently from when she was a young child to move up in her years of schooling to ultimately receive a teaching certificate. She worked for some time as a preschool teacher before joining the team of With Women Kisoboka. Recently promoted to Program Lead of our local partner Kisoboka Nano Initiative in Kampala’s Busega settlement, Mary shares, “As a single mother of four, I now see success in my life and understand that I can realize my dream of educating my children and building a safe and comfortable home.

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Nakafeero Florence

Florence is 41 years old and the mother of five children. She was raised in rural district by a single mom. From a young age she worked at whatever job she could find to survive and to pay her school fees. Remarkably, she progressed through school and received a certificate in nursing. She worked for health facilities for many years, and joined WWK’s local partner in Nakaseke as a Village Health Worker (VHT). Realizing the benefits she received as a member of WWK, after a short term serving as the Program Coordinator, she was promoted to Program Lead. Florence began as a bee farmer on a small scale. With the support of WWK, she has trained many other women in this highly successful business and herself has grown as a recognized honey producer.

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