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Social entrepreneurs - moladi

We believe that we have a product and company that can help fight poverty and bring stability to post-conflict reconstruction countries and assist with community driven development.

moladi is a award winning product invented in 1986, to address the reduction of cost in construction, reduce the dependence on skills and improve quality and durability. New technological innovative product is a constitutive part of social entrepreneurship. We simply “Train unemployed to build for the homeless”.
Social entrepreneurs - moladi

By creating employment we provide the poor income that will enable them to take care of their Physiological Needs (Maslow) - Food and Shelter- Fighting poverty A Case Study on moladi prepared for the UNDP by the Growing Inclusive Markets cab be downloaded - Click here

The GIM Initiative is a UNDP-led global multi-stakeholder research and advocacy initiative that seeks to understand, enable and inspire the development of more inclusive business models around the globe that will help to create new opportunities and better lives for many of the world’s poor. By doing so, GIM contributes to human development and the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

"Social entrepreneurs are individuals with innovative solutions to society’s most pressing social problems. They are ambitious and persistent, tackling major social issues and offering new ideas for wide-scale change. Rather than leaving societal needs" Social entrepreneurs often seem to be possessed by their ideas, committing their lives to changing the direction of their field. They are both visionaries and ultimate realists, concerned with the practical implementation of their vision above all else.

One well-known contemporary social entrepreneurs is Muhammad Yunus, founder and manager of Grameen Bank

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