Our Impact Stories

“You Can Do That Too. We Will Show You How” – Betty`s Story

When Beatrice Atieno left high school in 2010, she hoped find something to do with her life. That would turn out to be a job as an Mpesa agent; a low paying job. Initially, commissions earned from the Mpesa transactions where paid through the bank to the business owner but at that time, the commissions […]

From A Sweets Hawker To A Poultry Farmer.

Winnie knows it is no fun to run in the streets of Nairobi, especially if behind you is a ruthless city council askari. She knows how demeaning it feels to be outrun or caught unawares by the same askari, have all goods confiscated, and worse, she knows the frustration of being manhandled and bundled into […]

‘Business Now Flows In My Blood’ – The Story Of The ‘Ghetto Guy’

He calls Himself a ‘ghetto guy’. As we share a light moment, he informs me that even his parents wonder how he survives in the city of Nairobi, leave alone being in the slum. He has embraced the hard life of Kiambiu and understands what it is like to live in a slum. Of late, […]

From Breaking Ethnic Barriers To Building Ethical Businesses

Breaking Barriers, Building Ethical Businesses

He was the first guy seated in the boardroom when my friends and I arrived for a reflection session. He wore a blue cap, a checked short sleeved shirt, blue jeans and a calmly persona. Later, he told a catching story on breaking barriers, here is his story…   Kamau Julius knows from experience what […]

What is the Greatest Resource?

Daniel Osumba told his story in many ways. He donned a yellow T-Shirt written ‘…it is my responsibility’. There was this serious look about him. Everyone seemed to listen to him in those conversations before the formal reflection session. As a Zetech University student taking a diploma in community development, one would wonder why he went […]