publication / September 8, 2023
VisionFund Uganda conducted the first impact survey in September 2022 giving us deep insights into the impact of our work. Our first impact study spelt out how our loans impacted the lives of our clients, their children, and businesses.
article / June 14, 2023
Having been born in a refugee settlement, Scovia didn't have grand expectations for her adult life, as even affording basic items was a struggle.
publication / August 29, 2023
The World Vision International Global Accountability report covers all of World Vision’s operations during the 2022 financial year (1 October 2021 – 30 September 2022). Unless otherwise indicated, all references to 2022 are to the financial year, not the calendar year.
article / August 7, 2023
When the war broke out in South Sudan, Joy fled to Uganda due to the dehumanizing treatment of women in her homeland. Leaving behind the place she had called home throughout her entire childhood to become a refugee was a deeply painful experience, but she had limited options if she stayed.
publication / August 17, 2023
VisionFund Kenya conducted a client impact study in March 2023 and interviewed 275 clients to help them understand how to broaden and deepen the impact of their work. The report also includes a comparison analysis of their previous client impact study conducted in March 2022.
publication / May 15, 2023
The VisionFund 2022 Annual Report highlights work carried out by its global network of 28 microfinance institutions across Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe, and Latin America.
article / June 15, 2023
Geoffrey’s story starts in 1997 when the South Sudan war broke out, forcing him to flee with his wife Flora. They left everything behind and, eventually, settled in the West Nile region of Uganda.
publication / June 9, 2023
For the past seven years, VisionFund has been actively designing microinsurance products tailored to meet the needs of the clients we serve. We believe microinsurance provides vulnerable individuals with the safety net they so often lack.
article / June 20, 2022
When war broke out in South Sudan in 2013, Annet and her young family did not know how they would survive the tragedies that followed.