We’re a global community of changemakers who believe in a world where every child, regardless of where they live, has access to a quality education.
The Name Kikulu (che-koo-loo)
The word Kikulu means "It's Important" in Lusoga, a regional dialect in Uganda. We believe investing in global education is one of the single most powerful and important actions one can take; the most valuable practice in creating lasting change is by investing in people.
Where We Work
Our work to support global education began in Uganda in 2011 and we still focus efforts there today.
In addition to our work in Uganda, we advocate for supporting global education in the United States and help empower women’s artisan groups in Ecuador and India.