Flavia Eleanor Kasenge is an esteemed FinTech specialist with over 15 years of experience in the telecommunications and FinTech sectors. Currently serving as the Chief Operating Officer at EzeeMoney Ltd, one of Uganda’s leading FinTech companies, Flavia is a true powerhouse, successfully balancing both her family life and career.
Recognized as a prominent figure in the FinTech industry, Flavia recently secured the 18th position on the prestigious list of 100 Women in FinTech across the African continent. Her contributions are instrumental in shaping the future of FinTech in Africa.
Beyond her professional endeavors, Flavia Eleanor Kasenge displays a deep compassion for humanity, particularly children with special needs. Her most recent initiative at St. Lilian Children’s Home showcases her dedication to making a positive impact. Collaborating closely with the team, Flavia brings hope and smiles to the faces of these children.
St. Lilian Children’s Home serves as a haven for children from various backgrounds and abilities, including those who are deaf, mute, or physically impaired. Despite their unique challenges, these children unite and build their confidence, believing that they can achieve great opportunities in life. “It is our role to encourage, inspire, nurture, and provide a sense of hope and love for these children.” Flavia Eleanor Noted.
Established in 2002 and officially registered as an NGO in 2005, St. Lilian Children’s Home operates on a Catholic foundation. The home is currently under the administration of Sr. Amoit Lucky, a nun from the Bwanda congregation of Catholic nuns. Additionally, the organization collaborates with Prince V, another charity organization focused on improving the livelihoods of children with special needs.
“During my time spent with these incredible children, I witnessed their resilience and strength in the face of life’s challenges. Engaging with them personally, I experienced the joy of teaching and learning alongside them through activities such as painting, coloring, shading, dancing, and meaningful interactions. Given the opportunity, these children can acquire knowledge and reach their full potential. What they need most is a listening ear, care, and support to meet their immediate needs. Any assistance provided will truly transform their lives.” Flavia Eleanor concluded.
To learn more about St. Lilian Children’s Home and contribute to this life-altering cause, please visit their website at https://stlillianchildrenshome.com/.