Projects

The greenhouse is the product of a long journey of starting social enterprises. Since 2010, we have grown a diverse portfolio of social enterprises. Some continue to run to this day, others taught us important lessons.

Enchipae health clinic

Enchipae health clinic

Before the clinic, Samuli had no other health facilities nearby, leaving the local communities without easy access to healthcare. Together with the local community and Women and Children (parent organization), we initiated a meeting with Kajiado county to discuss...

NABIO Baskets

NABIO Baskets

NABIO Baskets is our most recent project and started January 2018. The project sells handcrafted baskets from Kenya in the UK. The initial plan was that the shop would provide regular income to a set group of women groups, but the sales are not stable enough to...

The Chicken Farm

The Chicken Farm

The chicken project was one of our less successful, but fun and creative projects. With the goal of securing funding for staff salaries the Enchipae Dispensary, we wanted to create a chicken farm that could generate income through sales of eggs and chickens. We "sold"...

The Wedding Salon

The Wedding Salon

A generous gift of 40 wedding dresses was donated and sparked the idea of opening a wedding salon in Emali. The shop was opened with the purpose of providing employment to impoverished women in the area, and help their families through securing an income. The shop...

The cotton candy project

The cotton candy project

When we first began setting up small enterprises for NABIO, we desperately needed startup capital. Donations are not always so easy to raise, so we came up with an alternative idea. We purchased a cotton candy machine for £1700. We earned back in less than three days!...

Cafe Oasis

Cafe Oasis

Cafe Oasen was opened with the purpose of generating capital for help in Samuli, Kenya. NABIO is a child organization of Women and Children Support Team International, and contributed to all the aspects of getting the cafe up and running. The young volunteers were...