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Rebecca Kaduru co-founder of KadAfrica

Rebecca Kaduru
KadAfrica co-founder

In 2012, Rebecca Kaduru co-founded KadAfrica. Under her leadership, KadAfrica has grown from a backyard farming project to an out-grower network of more than 2,000 girls and women between the ages of 14-24 and 10,000 community members growing passion fruit in the Western Region of Uganda. KadAfrica’s innovative, market-based approach to empowering out of school girls has been recognized in Forbes Magazine, Deutche Welle, UN African Renewal Magazine, and been awarded by Ashoka and MasterCard Foundation, the SEED Awards, the African Food Prize, and Nestle’s Creating Shared Value Prize. Before joining KadAfrica full time, Kaduru served as the director of public affairs research at Ipsos Uganda. Kaduru is a certified project manager who brings her program development and monitoring and evaluation skills to KadAfrica to ensure a maximization of resources for effectiveness of outcomes.

Kaduru represented KadAfrica at the 2017 Global Social Benefit Incubator and the 2015 SPRING Accelerator. She is a 2014 Unreasonable Fellow.

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