Current Activities

In 2022 we will focus on providing business development training and continue with training our co-trainers in Uganda.

During the training courses we work together with local partners who provide us with information about what is necessary and desirable in the local circumstances. We believe it is important to develop sustainable partnerships with activities that are in line with local circumstancesWe will provide a new basic training for women who wants to start a business, one business training advanced level and an advanced training for our co-trainers. Beside these trainings we are also going to support 3 schools for secondary education in order to ensure more attention and action learning for business-skills. In this training we train teachers and students at the same time.

Businessplan Master2Morrow 2021-2025

Our ambition and vision about the future impact of our work and the sustainability of our foundation is captured in our businessplan. We are happy to share with you our points of view and if you like to add in any way to realizing our goals, you are much welcome!

Stichting Master2Morrow Businessplan 2021-2025

Marije’s fundraising bike ride in Karamoja

In October 2021 Marije travelled to Karamoja to join the Ride Karamoja mountain bike event. The event started on the lower savannah plains in Pian Upe Wildlife reserve in north east Uganda, and curled through the woodlands of Kenya’s West Pokot, onto the East African Rift escarpment and finally slopes into the award-winning Kidepo Valley National Park. It was a challenging ride, but with a lot of fun and encounters with the local tribes.

A 500 km challenge to not only enjoy the country and culture, but also a great opportunity to raise for funds for Master2Morrow. Watch the video to see and read more about the event and about what drives Marije to join.

Update (November 2021): we have raised 3.900 euro’s with this cycling trip!

Many many thank-you’s to all sponsors who have donated what they could miss and have contributed in abundance to our foundation. It has helped us to continue our training-programs, in co-operation with our Ugandan partners.