In 2023, Inkomoko will expand our programs and services to South Sudan, operating in Juba and Maban Refugee Camp to serve 600 clients by year end.
This year, we will have a phased approach of supporting entrepreneurs, including refugees and internally displaced people in two locations to generate learnings of how Inkomoko services can best serve the community. It’s under this context that we have decided that South Sudan will join a growing Inkomoko family already operating in Rwanda, Kenya and Ethiopia.
Inkomoko will bring our training, consulting, and access to finance services to entrepreneurs that are too often underserved or left out of mainstream economic opportunities.
The World Bank reports that improving macroeconomic conditions and relative peace have supported a rebound of growth in services and trade in South Sudan.
In partnership with Mastercard Foundation, UNHCR, World Food Programme, and other banking and private sector partners, we are honored to work in the youngest country in Africa.
Look for updates on Inkomoko's expansion process here and on our social media platforms.