The award- winning non-profit organization, Mowgli Mentoring, has finally established its presence in sub-Saharan Africa after predominantly working in the Middle East and North Africa.
The organization focusses on economic and social change by empowering entrepreneurs, especially women and youth, through their accredited mentoring methodology. Mowgli’s will look to expand further into the SSA region starting from Kenya, which will host the organization’s regional headquarters.
“Our entry into Sub Saharan Africa and particularly Kenya, which has a thriving entrepreneurial ecosystem, is ultimately to support the people driving economic and social change,” said Kathleen Bury, CEO of Mowgli Mentoring
It is expected to repeat its past success, which saw it train more than a thousand mentors, over the past decade, who supported different entrepreneurs in different industries leading to an increase in the economic and social return on investment because the entrepreneurs created and safeguarded jobs.