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Paul Kiwalabye: quality education for the less privileged

Paul Kiwalabye is an entrepreneur from Uganda, and he is the Director of Blessing Schools, a school that provides affordable, holistic education services that incorporate knowledge, values, and skills while making it possible for the less privileged children to co-exist in one environment with their counterparts for collect upward social-economic[…] Read More

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Fighting climate change in the West Pokot Country

In 2020 E4Impact Foundation started the entrepreneurial training planned in the project “Support to Resilience for Sustainable Livelihoods” in Kenya’s West Pokot County. The project, funded by the European Union, is implemented by E4Impact together with CEFA Onlus, Northern Rangelands Trust, Amref Health Africa, and Somirenec. The project intends to[…] Read More

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Phyllis Munyi-Kariuki: a school for children with learning difficulties

Phyllis Munyi-Kariuki is a passionate entrepreneur from Kenya. She is the founder and director of Rare Gem Talent School, an institution that offers individualized support to children with learning difficulties as per their learning needs, assessment, and referral services; it also nurtures their talents for self-realization. “Back in the days,[…] Read More

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Joseph Nkandu: an innovative Farmer Ownership Model for Uganda’s Growth

Joseph Nkandu is a Ugandan entrepreneur, Founder and Executive Director of NUCAFE, the national umbrella organization of coffee farmers in Uganda. Joseph was born and raised on a coffee farm in his village, where his parents struggled and worked to look for his school fees. He was also among the young people who[…] Read More

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