Impact How our work affects people and enterprises
Since 2014 we have been focusing our work on Sub-Saharan Africa. With funding from the UK Government, we are working with young people and small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs) across Ghana, Uganda, Rwanda and Zambia to help people learn the skills that are needed to improve and grow local businesses and create sustainable economies that promote prosperity for all.
Below you can see data from our portfolio of over 400 enterprises across Sub-Saharan Africa.
We are currently using this data to inform how we can best support the booming SME sector in achieving growth and increasing their social and environmental impact in line with the United Nation Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Check back regularly for updates to our data sets.
Blogs about our impact
ASC and Challenges in Green Economy
The role of Assist Social Capital and Challenges Group Ghana in Green Economy The ‘green economy’ has an increasingly important role to play in the future of many countries, and Ghana is not different. This is why Assist Social Capital and Challenges’ role in providing financial management training for producers on the edge of Bia […]
Protect Our Planet: The Event of the Century
On Saturday 25th November the environmental committee kick-started cycle 12’s series of impact events. Titled Protect Our Planet, the event focused on illuminating a variety of environmental concerns here in Ghana, a topic that has long needed addressing. When turning to the statistics one is amazed at the dire environmental condition Ghana has found itself […]
Growing SMEs and Young People, Together
We know the statistics – worldwide more than 1 billion young people will enter the job market between now and 2030, 600 million jobs are needed globally over 15 years to keep current employment rate, 71 million young people are unemployed globally, the youth population in Africa will double to over 830 million by 2050, […]
Earth Day 2017: Areg Agro Foods – delicious mozzarella which doesn’t hurt the planet.
April 22nd, 1970 marked the first celebration of Earth Day. With its roots in New York, at a time when pollution was considered a by-product of prosperity, Earth Day saw the birth of the modern environmental movement. Groups opposing pesticides, destruction of the environment, oil spills, raw sewage and power plants all came together and […]