My Social Enterprise, Twenty Thirty Ventures Ltd. is a more-than-profit transformational organisation that aspires to engage in activities that are geared towards fostering a socio-cultural order that binds Kenyans by engaging in social cultural activities that are a celebration of being Kenyan. We believe that there is a strength that comes from diversity, and from unity and it is time to channel it positively for the enhancement of our Nationhood.
Our commodity is attitude change for the whole nation. We intend to partner with the government and government institutions, professional associations, NGOs, CBOs, youth organizations, corporate institutions, faith based organizations and many other players engaged in positively looking for solutions to our challenges as a nation to creatively chart new and exciting ways that are profitable as well as ethical and socially transformational.
We intend to change the way Kenyans think and react to challenges and situations by engaging in out of the box solution seeking for solving traditional challenges. We are seeking to tap into the Kenyan indefatigable spirit of enterprise, hard work, creativity and innovation plus a ‘never give up’ attitude. We are not aiming to re-invent the wheel, we just want to look at our challenges and possible solutions from a different view point.
Desired Social Impact
Inspired by the 4th Guiding Principle of Kenya vision 2030, Twenty Thirty Ventures Ltd. aims to engage in interventions that will contribute to formulation, popularization and adoption of generally accepted national set of values and social institutions that promote equity, national unity and cohesion, and an attitude change necessary to combat the vices that inhibit national development like corruption, impunity and negative ethnicity.
We recognizes that it is crucial at this stage of national rebirth to set a character benchmark with which current and future generations of Kenyans will vet appropriate leadership and patriotism for the benefit of all.
Defining the values that make us Kenyan.
Using live examples to positively change the way our communities measure success.
Creatively rebuild positive attitudes about Kenyans’ history and achievements.
Kenya, Kenyans and Africa's potential. I believe soon Africans will put right perennial governance and human right deficiencies and then we shall rise. I intend to be a driver for that change.
Accepting that corruption and impunity are the root causes of our disharmony and inequity as a Kenyan people, it is our strong believe that many of our social and political challenges can be solved through a more proactive approach than the reactive approach that many institutions in non-governmental, private and public sectors are pursuing. Our government and other institutions have programmes that try to solve or alleviate existing problems afflicting our people after their occurrence instead of addressing attitude change among the people as the necessary radical surgery needed to realise that solutions exist within themselves. Our theory of change is based on a belief that solutions need to come from the people themselves and should be people driven, value based approaches other than institution top down approaches. That in fact the solutions already exist all around us. We should empower the people to be solution seekers and providers, not net consumers of canned solutions.
I am a creative visionary, spiritual and a fearless change maker who believes that we will solve the challenges that face human kind through infinite courage only if every one of us is a change agent.
Creatively conceptualising ideas and finding solutions to various challenges. I have an uncanny ability to predict trends and identify opportunities almost three years before they become a reality.
“If I have been able to see a little further than others, it is because I have stood on the shoulders of giants,” Sir Isaac Newton
A people without heroes are a people without a conscience. A lack of conscience is a sign of a decadent society. Without recognizing our true heroes, holding them up high for all to see, and rewarding them for setting standards for all to emulate and especially our youth, we shall continue glorifying corrupt political and business leaders at the detriment of our society. We need to develop a set of true Kenyan values and taboos that we can pass on to future generations. We intend to identify recognize and reward Kenyan achievers in all aspects of the Kenya society. Our mission is to inspire a Kenyan society in which the true worth and character of a Kenyan person, team or organization will be judged only by the impact of their contribution towards realizing, nurturing and improving the functional, holistic and representative essence of Kenyan society.
13:01 Posted: Dec 2011
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