VISIONFUND UGANDA LIMITED (VFU) is a, child-focused
Christian microfinance organization which is part of the World
Vision International (WVI) Partnership and World Vision Uganda
(WVU). It is, therefore, part of the VisionFund International (VFI)
Network that is one of the leading Microfinance institutions in
VisionFund Uganda Limited works in an integrated manner
with WVU to carry out economic development programs in the
rural areas, so that together, we improve the lives of vulnerable
children within the family and community settings.
VisionFund Uganda Limited wishes to recruit highly qualified,
motivated and result oriented leaders in their respective fields
to serve as members of the VisionFund Uganda Limited Board
on a voluntary basis.
Areas of Expertise:
- At least 5 years’ experience in Microfinance Management
at Executive level
- Must be a committed Christian who participates in
the worship and life of a local church (a Trinitarian
- Good communication skills including public speaking and
- Ability to develop and cultivate networks
- Forward thinking, visionary leadership
- Analytical and critical thinking with a sound understanding
of the prevailing social, political and economic situation in
- Willing and able to devote significant time during each
calendar year to Board and committee service on a
- A heart for the poor and committed to the Ministry of World
Vision Uganda and VisionFund Uganda Limited.
- Not an employee or a close family member of a current
employee of World Vision Uganda or VisionFund Uganda
- Good reputation in character and competence.
- Willing to subscribe and adhere to the Mission Statement,
Core Values, Statement of Faith, Covenant of Partnership
and other applicable WVI/VFI Board-approved policies.
- Former sponsored children/ direct beneficiaries of World
Vision Uganda are encouraged to apply.
Please send an application letter explaining why you would
like to be on the Board and attach a CV with pastoral/ priest
and professional references to
firstname.lastname@example.org by 31st