We are very fortunate to have highly reputable and experienced partners working with us to create change in the developing world through creative
marketing under constraints. The expertise, knowledge, and most importantly the enthusiasm of our partners support us in our mission to develop efficient and sustainable solutions for 3rd world countries.
Kawempe Home Care (KHC) is a community based organisation in Uganda that provides holistic home care to people
living with TB, HIV /AIDS and or cancer and it is committed to preventing the further spread of TB and HIV in the
community. KHC is unique in its approach, providing not only the medical treatment but psychological, emotional and
social support for clients they treat. http://www.kawempehomecare.org
1000 Cups is the leading coffee shop in Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania and Rwanda, and founded by entrepreneur Michael
Kijambu. Based on the concept “a cup for every nation” the coffee house sells coffee and coffee recipes from all over the world. Michael Kijambu is an example of a successful entrepreneur who has been able to create a sustainable business from scratch whilst benefiting the community and environment. His startup was a feature business in the BBC World
Documentary of the Year 2006, “AFRICA OPEN FOR BUSINESS”, Michael provides us with local insights and is our on-ground contact person in Uganda. http://www.1000cupscoffee.com/
ESCP Europe Business School is the oldest business school in the world being founded in 1819, and currently holds
campuses in Paris, London, Berlin, Madrid and Turin. It is considered one of the best business schools in Europe, noted for its European and international activities. ESCP’s education system is based on mutual learning where human values, the diversity of a multicultural environment, teamwork, fair play, social commitment, and the challenge of ethical dilemmas, construct the framework for managerial values such as accountability, exacting guidance, initiative spirit, attention to detail, social responsibility and for the cultural values needed to understand the world. ESCP delivers substantial support in each project, by providing us with organizational and educational resources and by opening their network of talented students, academics and alumni. http://www.escpeurope.eu/
The Great Generation is a young and forward thinking organization that mobilizes the agency of individuals, civil society and business to help achieve the Millennium Development Goals. The Great Generation aims to capture the spirit of giving that followed the Indian Ocean Tsunami in 2004 and maintain this momentum so that more resources are channeled
towards long-term development in all parts of the world, where communities are in need.The Great Generation supports and complements the efforts of local organizations that have already built strong relationships with local people. As our partner since 2010, The Great Generation has already connected us with several local communities and business in Uganda. We continue to work closely with them as they provide us with the best on-ground knowledge and connection to local experts. http://www.thegreatgeneration.org/
|Founded in 1875, Babolat invented raquet strings and is the oldest company specialising in raquet sports. It will support our Olympedon event.
Bakery based in West End Lane, Chez Chantal kindly sponsors our school Yummy Thursday every week. www.chezchantal.co.uk
|GLOSSYBOX help us raise funds: order your GLOSSYBOX now and £3 will go to Marketing for Change when using the voucher code “UGANDA2012″. www.glossybox.co.uk
|Media Partner: London Macadam, the French
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