What we do & support

SABAA fosters capacity building, is developing ideas, designs, and implementations for training solutions.

This is done in and for the field of the Creative Industries, entrepreneurship training and start-up development, micro-skills evolvement, learning and training practice.

SABAA is transforming ideas into working social businesses.

This is focussed on the area of the Cultural and Creative Industries.

SABAA is collecting funds for projects and develops initial applications for funding.

This is done for various programs – by SABAA on its own or pooling with trusted partners.

SABAA is supporting partners via:

mentoring / coaching / application writing / project controlling / project management.


Please feel free to contact us (in English or German under: wuensch@sabaa.education), be it:

about supporting SABAA / about a proposal of a project for funding about partnership about consultation about development of training solutions.


At the moment SABAA works on and supports:

  • Experimenting in a Social Lab with micro-funding to establish working and beneficial circular economy projects. As opposed to micro-credits, these funds do not go back to a bank with some interest, but they are paid back without interest to the relevant community who decides who will get those funds the next time. Evaluation in 2024, when successful, larger roll-out in 2025 with the involvement of donors and communities on site. Special: No strings and rules attached by SABAA, all decisions and handling autonomously by the local communities on site. Partner: Ghana National Philanthropy Forum, Project Human Aid, Kivoga, Burundi.
  • StartHub Africa in Uganda: Running of an Entrepreneurship certificate is being supported. This is done by StartHub Africa in collaboration with several Ugandan universities and hubs. The further development of offers and organizational structures is being supported.  Research and writing of studies on entrepreneurship and skills in the EAC is being supported.
  • Teaming up with Kyambogo University, Kampala, Uganda, and Akademie Mode und Design, Berlin, for a DAAD-funded project in textile technology and fashion design with a strong focus on sustainability.
  • Supporting music education for youngster provided by HOPE Center Uganda. This blends in with the development of a music production training.
  • Having published a study on digital entrepreneurship in the East African Community for GIZ together with StartHub Africa in Uganda (for the study, see below), a new project looks into running of practical trainings of entrepreneurial skill-sets in the EAC within the university context.
  • Cooperating with COFEPRE (Collectif des femmes pour la Protection de lÈnvironnement et de lÈnfant) in Douala, Cameroon in a project funded by Schmitz-Stiftungen on entrepreneurial training for young women in the beauty- and care-industry for upscaling informal skills.
  • Planning on developing social businesses and initiatives in the fields of art and the creative industries (art gallery for modern art of African origin / art award every two years / online tutorials for music production) - pushing for a new image of "Africa" , its daily life and a new interpretation of those specifically framed ideas of "Africa ".
  • Planning on developing a social business in the field of creative industries to support sub-Saharan African artists.

If you want to know more on the the current status of SABAA´s projects, please look in Facebook under:


Study on the East Africa Digital Entrepreneurship Ecosystem in relation to Higher Education for the Inter-University Council for East Africa, the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), Centre of Excellence for ICT in East Africa (CENITEA), East African Community Organization, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ).

Productively, professionally and profoundly collaborating with friends at StartHub Africa.


Find the document for download below. 

East Africa Entrepreneurship Ecosystem in Higher Education / M. Möbius & U. Wünsch
EAC Entrepreneurship Ecosystem in Higher
Adobe Acrobat Dokument 8.0 MB
Music Report Summary
Adobe Acrobat Dokument 81.7 KB

Cooperation & Partnerships

SABAA is (or has been) a proud to partner with and to wonderful people, inspiring entrepreneurs, young leaders, and great initiatives and companies: as a funder or being funded.

Young social entrepreneurs doing amazing work in Uganda

Professionals supporting professionals

Aiduke Clothing Research (ACR) in Kampala, Uganda - celebrating African fashion

National Ghana Philanthropy Forum promotes community involvement, impact investment, and emerging forms of social investment for the benefit of all.

Creative Services for artists in the digital age

Services and programs for organizations and individuals in the realm of international cooperation and support.

Bright African Minds for a bright Future

Artist & refugees united for freedom

Inter University Council East Africa

Agency for creative internet solutions

University of Dar es Salaam / Department of Humanities.

HOPE Center Uganda - Electronic Music Production for Kids

Spreading the wings in education and social entrepreneurship

Fashion Africa 254 - a social business promoting African design

Funding received by the European Union in 2024

Creative online solutions for education and business




Cooperating in decolonizing Berlin



Supporting exhibition of contemporary African art on the topic of #ChangingClimate



New perspectives from African authors, cooperating with Interkontinental Bookstore, Berlin.






Supporting young urban women in Douala, Cameroon.