The Social impact Journey started after I volunteered for an NGO in Tanzania, the Youth Entrepreneurship Program (YEP Tanzania). This organisation provides training programs for young entrepreneurs and they guide them to business growth and eventually provide microloans when needed.
Personally, I guided five entrepreneurs with their business challenges, varying from setting up new marketing strategies to developing more community-based tourism activities. It was amazing to see what could be achieved by sharing knowledge and experiences and how much we could learn from each other! I realized that sharing and co-creation are crucial in the process of development. This is why I decided to set up a concept that does exactly this. I want to give other people the opportunity to experience the value of exchanging knowledge and skills. Together you can do more.