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Mastercard Foundation & PSFU Partner to Counter COVID-19 Impact

The Private Sector Foundation Uganda (PSFU) has announced the creation of the COVID-19 Economic Recovery and Resilience Response Program in partnership with the Mastercard Foundation. The COVID-19 Economic Recovery and Resilience Response Program, with a commitment of US$8.3m (equivalent to Ush 31bn) from the Mastercard Foundation, will extend immediate relief, recovery and resilience interventions to counter the impact of COVID-19. Read more

The Private Sector Foundation Uganda (PSFU) in partnership with the Mastercard Foundation has announced the creation of the COVID-19 Economic Recovery and Resilience Response Program to extend immediate relief, recovery and resilience interventions to counter the impact of COVID-19.

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Mastercard Foundation COVID-19 Economic Recovery and Resilience Response Program. “On behalf of all the stakeholders of the private sector, I would like to express my sincere gratitude to Mastercard Foundation for their support during this unforeseen time as we all fight to survive and thrive despite the undesirable effects of COVID-19" - Hon. Dr. Elly Karuhanga, Chairman of Private Sector Foundation Uganda.

Mastercard Foundation COVID-19 Economic Recovery and Resilience Response Program. "Young Africa Works is about connecting young people to opportunities, enabling them to build and sustain their livelihoods. We have to safeguard the work opportunities that already exist but are threatened by COVID-19," said Samuel Yalew Adela, Country Head, Uganda, at the Mastercard Foundation.

The Private Sector Foundation Uganda (PSFU) in partnership with the Mastercard Foundation has announced the creation of the COVID-19 Economic Recovery and Resilience Response Program to extend immediate relief, recovery and resilience interventions to counter the impact of COVID-19.

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