We help and/or collaborate with our clients i.e corporate, international organizations, government agencies, in designing, planning, executing and monitoring their Social Investment/ Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) projects. We work with organizations that are targeting youth or local communities in Tanzania. If you have a CSR project or a social investment project and you are looking for experts and experienced individuals who could help you in planning, executing and monitoring your project please contact us via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: +255 656 89 44 69
Some of our notable clients are:
- Statoil Tanzania: Statoil is one of the largest companies in Tanzania (top 3). Statoil is a leading energy company globally. The company has invested in gas exploration and production in Tanzania. The company plans to build, together with other stakeholders, an LNG plant therefore building local business capacity in Mtwara by developing young entrepreneurs is one of their top priorities. We have worked with Statoil in executing Heroes Of Tomorrow in Tanzania by advising the project management team, screening applications and training the participants in the project.This is one of the articles that talked about our work in Mtwara (Click here)
2. MeTL Group: METL Group is Tanzania’s largest home-grown company, worth more than $1 billion with a presence in 11 countries in Africa, such as Uganda, Ethiopia Kenya, South Sudan, Rwanda, Burundi Zambia, Mozambique, Malawi, DR Congo and ofcourse Tanzania. Through its foundation, Darecha Limited has collaborated with Mo Dewji Foundation to carry out a joint project called Mo Entrepreneurs Competition. The project is a collaborative effort between Mo Dewji Foundation and Darecha Limited to recognize and support the efforts of young entrepreneurs in Tanzania. The competition launches a platform that will enable The youngest billionaire in Africa, Mohammed Dewji (The CEO of MeTL Group and Chairman of Mo Dewji Foundation) to support young entrepreneurs who are running highly potential start ups but lack further support in form of growth capital, networks and mentorship which could accelerate the growth of their start-ups.
The competition seeks young entrepreneurs (18-30 years old) who have the passion, drive, and determination to grow their start-ups, in order to increase their income and their contribution to Tanzania economy.
To learn more about the project watch the video below: