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Presentation to encourage and educate on Social Entrepreneurship. Designed by Simon Stumpf and Mutembei Kariuki from Ashoka East Africa Using information from Ashoka and Potencia Ventures

Presentation to encourage and educate on Social Entrepreneurship. Designed by Simon Stumpf and Mutembei Kariuki from Ashoka East Africa Using information from Ashoka and Potencia Ventures


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  • You already had an earlier sesssion showing you the Statistics of India…these are some more of the world
  • People with more than 10 USD per day and people with Less With all the solutions you came up with this is still the problem ( How to tackle is what I will propose) But first?
  • As a kenyan you understand this….remember there are only 2 tribes in kenya the have’s and the have nots
  • Indian Social Entrepreneurs Story: Wife left him, family mocked him but finally he is changing the lives of women and girls in India giving them dignity and opportunity
  • Jim Wales
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    • 1. SOCIAL ENTREPRENUERSHIP WORKSHOP ASHOKA EAST AFRICA JANUARY, 2012 NATCONF 2012 Nakuru, Kenya
    • 2. How rats can change the world: Connecting: Innovation,Passion, Creativity, Enterprise, and Ethics
    • 3. LCP CUEA, AIESEC Kenya MC VP Talent Management AIESEC Austria Talent Management Unit (TMU) AIESEC International I learned about Ashoka…through AIESEC Artemisia Global Coordinator (India) AIESEC International Name: Mutembei Kariuki Ashoka East Africa and Social Business Consultant
    • 4. 5.15 billion people in the world live on less than 10 USD per day
    • 5. In the World...
    • 6. 600 million in Asia, Africa and Latin America live in life- and health-threatening homes Source: UN-HABITAT, 2008/2009 reports
    • 7. More than 1,02 billion of the population is hungry people Source: UN-FAO, 2009 reports
    • 8. 101 million children of primary school age don´t go to school, and 16% of the world population can´t read and write. Sources: UNESCO 2008/2009
    • 9. Around 894 million people don´t have access to safe fresh water, and 2.5 billion people (1 billion children) without adequate sanitation. Sources: UN-World Health Organization, 2009 Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council, 2009
    • 10. Your task today
      • 2. Pick one:
      • Decent housing
      • Healthcare (threatment and/or prevention)
      • Banking and financial services
      • Telecomunication services
      • Electricity
      • Education
      1. Divide yourselves into 6 groups of 5 people. . 3 . Create a business which will make this service available and affordable to the Bottom of the Pyramid in East Africa 4. You have 10 min to come up with an Idea and present it in 3 min 
    • 11. Your task today
      • Main questions to be answered in your presentation:
      • What is the specific need your business is addressing?
      • What is your target market (you may specify if rural or urban, etc)
      • What is the social impact of your business?
      • How is this business economically viable (accessible to the clients and at the same time generating profit to the business)?
    • 12. ?
    • 13. Systems are broken Parasópolis and Morumbi São Paulo, Brazil
    • 14. That´s no formula to peace. Poverty is a threat to peace Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Prize Lecture 2006 ( Ashoka Council Member) Albert Einstein ( cool dude) The world we have created is a product of our thinking; it cannot be changed without changing our thinking. “ “ “ “
    • 15. WHAT TO DO?
    • 16. Building an “Everyone a Changemaker” World
    • 17. Ashoka
      • “ Social entrepreneurs are not content just
      • to give a fish or teach how to fish.
      • They will not rest until they have revolutionized
      • the fishing industry.”
      • – BILL DRAYTON, FOUNDER & CEO, ASHOKA
    • 18. Key Activity
      • ELECTING ASHOKA FELLOWS ( Fishing Industry revolutionaries
      • “ Rather than looking to someone who is building one school or one hospital, Ashoka looks for individuals who are changing the way children learn or the way healthcare is delivered. In other words, rather than investing in incremental innovation, Ashoka thinks the most leveraged way to invest in social innovation is to invest in the people who have system change ideas .” Diana Wells President Ashoka
    • 19. What?
      • An “Everyone a Changemaker” world is one that responds quickly and effectively to social challenges and where each individual has the freedom, confidence, and societal support to address any social problem and drive change.
    • 20. Our historical moment:
      • Current institutions are stuck
      • New leaders, many more changemakers, and institutions that work in new and better ways are needed.
      • Social entrepreneurs are the most powerful problem solvers
    • 21. Our historical moment:
      • Current institutions are stuck
      • New leaders, many more changemakers, and institutions that work in new and better ways are needed.
      • Social entrepreneurs are the most powerful problem solvers
    • 22. Our historical moment:
      • Current institutions are stuck
      • New leaders, many more changemakers, and institutions that work in new and better ways are needed.
      • Social entrepreneurs are the most powerful problem solvers
    • 23. Leading Social Entrepreneurs:
      • Innovative ideas
      • Creative
      • Entrepreneurial
      • Social Impact
      • Ethical
      Rats Can Change the World
    • 24. Leading Social Entrepreneurs:
      • Innovative ideas
      • Creative
      • Entrepreneurial
      • Social Impact
      • Ethical
      Florence Wambugu : Africa Harvest Biotech Foundation ( Revolutionizing GM and African Indigenous food security)
    • 25. Leading Social Entrepreneurs:
      • Innovative ideas
      • Creative
      • Entrepreneurial
      • Social Impact
      • Ethical
      David Kuria, Iko Toilet (revolutionizing view of sanitation as a service and business)
    • 26. Leading Social Entrepreneurs:
      • Innovative ideas
      • Creative
      • Entrepreneurial
      • Social Impact
      • Ethical
      Ndiga Nyaga : Green Power ; Revolutionizing Hydro electricity, education, farming and economic development in rural areas.
    • 27. Leading Social Entrepreneurs:
      • Innovative ideas
      • Creative
      • Entrepreneurial
      • Social Impact
      • Ethical
      Dr. Moses Musaazi-t4t Africa. Returning dignity to women and girls in Africa by giving access to Sanitary towels ( local innovations with University students)
    • 28. How are EACH contributing to “EACH”?
      • Individual
      • Institution
      • Society
    • 29. Becoming an “EACH” Individual, Institution, society:
      • Practice innovation, creativity, change-making (entrepreneurship and social impact), and empathy.
      • Create spaces, incentives, rewards for others
      • Identify and systematically remove the barriers to change
      • Identify and systematically support the enablers of change
    • 30. BUSINESS WORLD SOCIAL INITIATIVES • Economic Contribution • Challenge for innovating their models to solve society problems • Social and environmental impact • Challenge to become self-sustainable
    • 31. To create business models That combine positive social impact With financial results We need INNOVATION
    • 32. Social Businesses aim to develop more INTEGRATED models
    • 33. SOCIAL BUSINESS • Sell products and services that contribute to poverty reduction. • Aim to be profitable • Use market mechanisms to generate transformation A financially sustainable organization that uses market mechanisms to provide solutions to social and/or environmental problems
    • 34. Social Focus (1) De acordo com definição do Departamento de Comércio e Indústria do Reino Unido (2) Distribuição de lucros = Distribuição para acionistas (não inclui funcionários e comunidade) Fonte: Department of Trade and Industry (UK), Bridges Community Ventures, Análise Projeto Setor 2,5 Profit Focus DIFFERENT MODELS FOR SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURS 100% income from donation Income from sales and donations Profitable, no sharing 75% of income from sales Breakeven: all income from sales Profit sharing, social purpose Profit maximization Charity Social Enterprises which generate income Business with social focus Traditional business Social Business SB Yunus “ Social Enterprise” Concept (1)
    • 35. Social Business Real Examples Housing Arquitetas da Comunidade Brazil
      • Redesigning to improve the use of resources
      • Work with groups to lower the price
      • Trainings to community members, to become construction workers
      • Support clients to get credit and financing alternatives
    • 36. Social Business Real Examples Telecommunications Grameen Phone Bangladesh www.grameenphone.com
      • Village Phone: a member of Grameen Bank gets a loan to buy a phone, and is trained by Grameen Telecom to use it
      • Her business is retail the service in the village
      • Grameen Phone is a joint venture of Grameen Telecom (NGO) and Telenor
    • 37. village telephony telecom infrastructure customer relationships villager activity configuration micro-credit Grameen Bank mobile phone revenues source of revenue mobile telephony billing telecom operators Grameen Bank (billing) phone ladies phone ladies
    • 38. Social Business Real Examples Financial Services M PESA Kenya Banco Sol Bolivia www.bancosol.com.bo
      • Credit, saving accounts, insurances
      • Lower interest rates and minimum amounts
      • 3% of Bolivia´s GDP
      Mobile Money Transfer System by Safaricom ( Vodafone Kenya)
    • 39. Social Business Real Examples Healthcare Aravind Eye Hospital India www.aravind.org
      • Innovation on the process
      • Employment of local people
      • 285 000 surgeries in 1 year
      • Reduction of costs by scale
      • 68% of the national population needing Eye care
        • as per 2010
        • 3 million surgeries
        • 22 million outpatients
        • 60% global market share
    • 40. 11 thousand mobile branch entrepreneurs 6 million customers Nation wide INDIA Potencia Partner
    • 41. Hyderabad INDIA Potencia Partner (Opening in New Dehli)
    • 42. Bangalore INDIA Artemisia Partner
    • 43. New Dehli INDIA Partner
    • 44. Social Business Real Examples Education Affordable Private Schools Hyderabad, India www.enterprisinschools.com
      • GMC Invests in Affordable Private schools and focuses on improving the standard of education.
      • Schools run on as low as 70-600 rupees a month tuition
    • 45. Social Business Real Examples Electricity HUSK Bihar ,India www.huskpower systems.com
      • Lower installation costs by changing the wire structure
      • Using Rice Husks in Indian villages to produce electricity.
      • Focused on rural areas
      • Provides off-grid power to rural Indian villages of about 500 households. HPS uses its own proprietary technology to install and operate 35-100 kW “mini power plants” that delivers electricity as a “pay-for-use” service using a point-to-point
    • 46. Social Business Real Examples Electricity Manufacture micro solar systems, incorporating recycled materials and the skills of local artisans. Kampala, Uganda AIESEC Alumni and Ashoka Alumni Initiative 
    • 47. KEY THINGS TO THINK ABOUT WHILE SETTING UP
    • 48. How rats can change the world: Connecting: Innovation,Passion, Creativity, Enterprise, and Ethics
    • 49. “ With great power comes great responsibility” Peter Parker (Spiderman) Being in AIESEC and the experiences you have give you power what will you with it to change yourself and the situation around you: Energy , Food, Sanitation, Economic Empowerment, Civic Engagement, Youth Employment ( opportunities if you chose to see them as such) Live the life that touches those of others in a positive way