2018 Winners & Runners Up
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THE GIVE WORK CHALLENGE
Winners & Runners Up
The Give Work Challenge supports new and early stage businesses in East Africa through funding, mentorship, and community support.
Addresses food shortages caused by flooding by employing youth in large-scale poultry farming.
Afro Chic Enviro
Collection and processing of waste materials to create new products i.e night light bulb holders, vases, mason jar, ornaments, etc.
Promotes African culture through art & craft making. African wears, jewelry, bags, mats etc.
2019 Winners & Runners Up
2021 Spring Winners
2021 Winter Edition Winners
Papyrus Art upcycles polythene bag waste to make beautiful art pieces that span across fashion and home decor.
Cinderella Layet , Nakato Hilda
Trains women and youth in Northern Uganda to provide professional home and office cleaning services. Ensuring that youth receive a decent income for economic growth
Brenda Lanyero, Michael Ojok
A geolocation transport marketplace where small and medium holder farmers in Kenya can access ready markets for their organic produce.
Bonface Nyalwal, Linda Kathambi
Storm Light Uganda
A sustainable energy company that makes Solar lighting available to households in rural Northern Uganda.
Oluka Robert, Oneka William, Okane Walter
A female football team that creates employment by manufacturing footballs and nurtures football talent among young ladies in the slums of Mukuru Kwa Njenga
Nimaro is a baking project for women who lost their jobs during the height of the COVID 19 Pandemic. They make and sell a wide range of baked goods and pastries in Uganda for events, quick roadside snacking, and your lunch box snacks.
Fiona Babra Alimocan
Veeklutre Restores dignity to young mothers in marginalized communities by creating fashionable diapers that are affordable, and re-usable.
Zuri champions environmental conservation through reducing land pollution caused by the use of plastic carrier bags and packaging materials. Zuri collects all the waste to make beautiful paper packaging that is less harmful to the environment.
Oliver Omondi , Beatrice Njeri