Y-Save was started on 24th January 2000 initially as a saving & investment scheme by a group of Young Working people of the then Kampala Pentecostal Church (KPC) and now Watoto Church, called the Young Workers. At its inception Y-Save was called Y-Save Micro Finance Association.
Over time, the membership of the saving and investment scheme has grown to accommodate other church members who are actively involved in the activities and programmes of Watoto Church.
Uganda Road Fund (URF) was established by an Act of Parliament in 2008 to operate as a 2G (Second Generation) Fund with the objective of financing routine and periodic maintenance of public roads in Uganda from mainly reserved road user charges. Within the East African Region, Uganda was the last country to launch a second-generation road fund. The Fund became operational in 2010