FEATURED: Youth, women businesses to benefit from Inkomoko’s Rwf189 billion investment

Inkomoko has availed Rwf189 billion for direct private sector investment to mainly support youth and women in micro and small businesses operating in refugee hosting communities in six African countries. Read More

Our journey supporting Rwandan businesses has been very rewarding – Inkomoko founder.

Despite the many challenges Rwandan startup ecosystem face, it has seen continuous growth over the years with increased funding, a new generation of eager and talented innovators, increased access to mentorship and technology. The New Times’ Alice Kagina caught up with Julienne Oyler,

Madamu Jeannette Kagame yashimye uruhare Inkomoko yagize mu kuzamura ba rwiyemezamirimo.

Mu myaka icumi ishize gitangiye ibikorwa byacyo mu Rwanda, cyakoranye na ba rwiyemezamirimo basaga 40,000.  Madamu Jeannette Kagame yavuze ko umusanzu Inkomoko yatanze mu myaka ishize ari ntagereranywa. Yagize ati “Inkomoko yakoze byinshi birimo gutanga igishoro, ubujyanama, guhuza ba rwiyemezamirimo

Highlight Video: Inkomoko 10th anniversary celebration.

On 3 September 2022, First Lady Mrs. Jeannette Kagame attended the Inkomoko 10th Anniversary. The celebration gathered Inkomoko family, friends, and beneficiaries to celebrate the organization’s achievements in supporting small and medium-sized enterprises. Full Video Here

First Lady Jeannette Kagame attends Inkomoko 10th anniversary.

The anniversary, themed ‘A Celebration of Community,’ was marked as Inkomoko revealed they had provided advisory services to more than 40,000 clients over the past decade. With operations in Rwanda, Kenya and Ethiopia, the organization says it has committed over

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