The FREE UDBL SMEs Business Development & Financial Literacy Training

The Uganda Development Bank Limited (UDBL) in partnership with the Uganda National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (UNCCI) has organized a regional business development and financial literacy training program for SMEs.

Uganda Development Bank Ltd is a Development Finance Institution (DFI) focused on Accelerating socio-economic development through sustainable
financial interventions in line with the country’s development priorities. They provide innovative financial solutions with emphasis on value chain
development in the Primary Agriculture, Agro-industrialization, Manufacturing, Infrastructure, Tourism & Hospitality, Human Capital Development.

The FREE UDBL SMEs Business Development & Financial Literacy Training

This training will be conducted in the North, East, West, South and Central parts of Uganda addressing the different business areas namely;

  • Business Planning,
  • Management Skills,
  • Financial Literacy,
  • Product standardization,
  • Record Keeping,
  • Accounting and Finance,
  • Governance Practices,
  • Succession Planning,
  • Leveraging on Technology and
  • Regulation Compliance among others

The beneficiaries have an opportunity to access further support from UDB’s
business advisory unit, including incubation of businesses into’ bankable’
projects. Those that are already eligible will be admitted into UDB’s pipeline of projects to be considered for funding support.

The training targets SMEs in; Agriculture (Primary & Agro-industry), Mineral based value addition, Manufacturing, Tourism, Hospitality, Human Capital and Development (Health and Education), ICT.

How to Apply

Interested applicants for the UDBL SMEs Business Development & Financial Literacy Training are encouraged to send an email to, or call 0414 355 550, 0784 437 870 or 0704 437 870.

Deadline: 15th March 2021


3 thoughts on “The FREE UDBL SMEs Business Development & Financial Literacy Training

  1. Twinamatsiko Francis on Reply

    Thank you for sharing, I wish this wisdom has got a way out to be shared to mualnarished young people, in villages. And there by the training comes a long with the pursuading young people to get into business.

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