OUR WORK

INVESTING IN CONGOLESE ENTREPRENEURS

The world’s deadliest WAR is coming to an end.

But ending a war is not the same as PEACE

 

PEACE REQUIRES PROGRESS: OF BUSINESS, EDUCATION, HEALTH AND CULTURE
PROGRESS REQUIRES ENTREPRENEURS: LOCAL, PASSIONATE AND LONG-TERM AND
ENTREPRENEURS NEED INVESTMENTS: FOCUSED, PATIENT AND SUPPORTIVE

OUR SOLUTION is to create a social development FUND to make ethical investments in Congolese entrepreneurs, combined with experienced MENTORSHIP from local and global experts.

OUR GOAL: grow the fund to 10 MUSD in 5 years.

We fund one PROJECT at a time, with the hope that every project becomes PROFITABLE so that it can support itself and pay back the investment. This allows us to fund new entrepreneurs through the success of their peers.

 

HERE ARE SOME PROJECTS TO DATE:

Project:RADIO STATION
Sekombi

Sekombi is a dancer, activist, and mogul. He leads the fastest-growing radio station in Congo, Mutaani FM.

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Project:MALARIA TREATMENT
BLAISE

Blaise is a city kid and an agricultural entrepreneur. He built a sustainable supply chain for affordable malaria treatments.

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project:REHABILITATION
CHRISTINE

Christine is a hero.  In her early 20′s she left her job and rallied her family to work with hundreds of the most vulnerable children in Congo.

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Project:PEACE MARKET
AMANI 

Amani is a father of 6 kids and uncle to hundreds more. He turned a starving village into a thriving and peaceful marketplace.

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project:HEALTCARE
DR. JO

Dr. Jo came home to warzone, where his talents were needed most. He built a hospital where he trains hundreds of doctors and serves hundreds of thousands of people.

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project:JUSTICE
JUSTINE

Justine has organized over 30 women’s groups to form a fierce movement. The solutions to Congo will come from the Congolese, and these women are proving it.

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project:HUMAN RIGHTS
ARNOLD

From inside the warzone, Arnold works to make sure refugees are taken care of, abducted children are returned, women are protected, and the world has access to information that has been historically shrouded in secrecy.

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project:FESTIVAL
FRANCK

In Bukavu, a city on the border with Rwanda and Burundi, Franck created FestBuk, an annual celebration to bring together citizens of the three countries and move past divisive tensions.

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