Social Enterprise in Africa


Empowerment Through Mindful Business

Creating sustainable support for communities in need requires innovation, thought-partnership, and big hearts. Hear today about a non-profit that expanded the common model of giving to become the largest employer in a small town of Africa.


Zane Wilemon,

Founder & Executive Director, CTC International, Austin, TX


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    Zain, the approach and idea of organic conservation in a social approach to create empowerment in a community is soo wonderful. having involved myself in such activities elsewhere is really interesting, involving, demanding and requires total sacrifice for service to humanity is service to God. I REMEMBER very well when i sat somewhere in my private office by then in Maai Mahiu and wrote one proposal …..maai mahiu people with disability, which you took and promoted….. i had such a great vision in fighting poverty and empowering the less fortunate members of the society by introduciing sustainable development and care for the disadvantaged and prove that disability is not inability. i remember when we requested some help from one at R.V.A. kijabe to help us with 11 wheelchairs for some disabled children in maai mahiu … i have watched afar as you move CTC ahead and to greater heights,you and Pastor Jeremeah ,and all those who have involved themselves in support of the comfort the children international and in particular, the kenyan branch,in maai mahiu. you guys you are wonderful. I give all the glory to God.

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