Kampala Private Schools Market Study Summary Report
The research explores the opportunity for financing low-cost private schools. A total of 223 school proprietors and local education officials were interviewed in this study. The top-line findings from the study show that an estimate of 84% of children in Kampala are enrolled in low-cost private schools. The findings further show that the schools surveyed were profitable and keen to borrow $164 million over the next three years. In addition, these schools anticipate to handle $273 million in cash transactions over the same period. This presents a major opportunity for cross-selling account services and innovative payment solutions.
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