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Running and growing your business is becoming increasingly complex. Whether it is globalization, the speed of business, or new technology trends, businesses face difficult decisions about how to adapt. Hiring a professional advisor that you can trust can be the essential difference maker.

Lions Consulting is passionate about collaborating with businesses to enhance efficiency, improve operations, and drive change in organizations. Our management consulting services focus on analyzing clients' business challenges and delivering practical, sustainable, and scalable solutions based on clients' unique needs. We work collaboratively with you to identify and understand your business goals, define your needs, and develop the best strategy to achieve the competitive edge that you are looking for. We then provide recommendations to transform your business processes and assist in implementing the chosen recommendations on your schedule.

Lions Consulting's consultants leverage years of experience assisting clients across industries, sizes, and business functions to assist with their most difficult business challenges. We focus on building strong, open relationships with clients, to not only ensure the sustainability of projects, but to ensure that we deliver tailored, actionable deliverables that meet clients’ true strategic and tactical objectives. In addition, as a boutique, entrepreneurial firm, we have the commitment to innovation, agility, and flexibility that you need in a consulting partner.






Uganda is a landlocked republic bordering on Lake Victoria and from where the White Nile originates. Its capital Kampala is a beautiful city nestled on a series of hills. The country's population is estimated to be about 36 million.

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Tanzania is a biodiverse federated republic comprised of the Island of Zanzibar and the mainland of Tanganyika. Its largest city Dar-es-Salaam has beautiful beaches not far from urban hustle and bustle. The country's population is estimated to be 44 million.

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Rwanda is a land near the geographical center of Sub-Sahara Africa and adorned with hills, lakes and volcanoes. Its capital Kigali is lush and green. The country's population is estimated to be 12 million.


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Djibouti is on the extreme western edge of East Africa, called the Horn of Africa, with unrivaled desert landscapes meeting the Red Sea. Its capital also called Djibouti is today changing rapidly.


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Kenya is a country with lush flora and fauna and un-spoilt beaches. The capital Nairobi is one of Africa's most modern. The population of Kenya is estimated to be 43 million. Kenya, the largest economy in East Africa, is the regional hub for trade and finance.

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Ethiopia is Ethiopia is Africa’s ninth largest country and one great geographical diversity - tropics, variations in altitude and terrain, climate, soil, flora and fauna. The population is estimated to be 94 million.

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Comoros are an archipelago of four islands and several islets located in the western Indian Ocean about ten to twelve degrees south of the Equator and less than 200 miles off the East African coast. They lie approximately halfway between the island of Madagascar and northern Mozambique at the northern end of the Mozambique Channel.

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Somalia also known as the horn of Africa, is despite experiencing civil unrest, a country that has maintained a healthy informal economy, based mainly on livestock, remittance/money transfer companies as well as telecommunications - all from the private sector.

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Burundi is a landlocked country in the Great Lakes region of Eastern Africa bordered by Rwanda to the north, Tanzania to the east and south, and the Democratic Repubic of the Congo (DRC) to the west. Its capital is Bujumbura.

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Sudan, now sometimes called North-Sudan, is the largest country in Africa and the Arab world, and tenth largest in the world by area. It is bordered by Egypt to the north, the Red Sea to the northeast, Eritrea and Ethiopia to the east, Kenya and Uganda to the southeast.

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South Sudan became an Independent state on July 9, 2011. It is largely open plains, marked by hilly regions and thick equatorial vegetation. The Nile River is a major natural feature of the South Sudan. It traverses the country and flows through some of its regional centers, including the capital city, Juba.

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