Challenges’ Youth to Work equips...
Challenges’ Youth to Work programme equips graduates with skills to support growth of SMEs in UgandaKwenu juice bar, one of the […]
Rwandan Coffee Project marks major...
Hundreds of farmers trained, coffee exports up and an increase in bean quality … New film and report highlight success of […]
2019: A year of enterprising solutions
2019 has been a superb year for Challenges! For the past 12 months our management consultants and business trainers in Zambia, Uganda, Rwanda, […]
The Circular Economy: How connecting...
Connecting two major sustainable development issues — sanitation and farming — can enable countries to […]
Ethiopia is making maps to help improve...
Soil health maps can help smallholder farmers make better decisions on improving their yields. Rod Waddington/FlickrAcross The Challenges […]
We have to understand the barriers...
Women make up the bulk of the workforce within agriculture, but have fewer roles in agribusiness.Rwanda has been in the press in recent years […]
How social enterprises can make an...
Dr Stephanie Terreni Brown with Clean Water Wave’s CAFE water filter system.“We wanted to take our first aid training […]
Meeting the social entrepreneurs...
From left: Leah Dejenu, Bethlehem Berhane, Aileen Campbell, Kasonde Kashulwe and Eden Amdebirhan.While in Addis Ababa for the Social Enterprise […]
Entrepreneurial insights from the only...
Panel (L-R): Blayne Tesfaye, Danait Tilahun, Vivian Achan, Kevine Kagirimpundu and Kasonde Kashulwe.One of the highlights of the Social […]
Challenges Group showcases at the...
At the Social Enterprise World Forum, Challenges presented on the many exciting and impactful projects being delivered by our global […]