Kwangu-Kwako works with local people to provide opportunities to invest in and improve their own communities. Their precast concrete panel solution benefits the home owner, the landlord and the tenant, everybody wins. They provide a safer, simple, cost effective alternative to Mabati structures (corrugated iron sheet & bush pole).

The concept is a self-generating upgrade of the slums, through a robust investment argument it produces a win for owner/occupiers, landlords and the tenant families.

On This Episode you’ll learn:

What are the sources of capital for social impact startups in Kenya?

What does small business entrepreneurship mean in the slums of Africa?

What are the current challenges facing the slums in Nairobi?

What are the challenges of scale in social impact?