Youth account for more than 60% of unemployed in
After being educated through Bold Leadership training, a group of Tanzanian youth started Voice Giving in
The first initiative, the
Nokero’s belief is that youth have the ability to educate their communities about solar light benefits, while simultaneously creating strategic business plans funded by profits gained from selling safe, efficient, solar lights. With the help of Nokero, Voice Giving has created a movement for youth entrepreneurs to fund similar projects in
Voice Giving has discovered the power of media to be invaluable in spreading their message and driving the sales of Nokero N200 lights. Throughout the journey of Voice Giving’s formation, Awen Productions’ Film Director
After recently completing a tour around Dar es Salaam to pre-screen the documentary, the Voice Giving and One Step Beyond crew will continue fundraising for a nationwide tour in
Voice Giving celebrates their one-year anniversary this month, and continues to prosper today with the help of an American social enterprise that makes solar light bulbs, a film director with an interest in redefining leadership, and a group of youth with huge hearts who hope to change the way we view entrepreneurship.
Nokero (short for “No Kerosene”) designs, manufactures and collectively distributes safe, affordable, and environmentally friendly solar-based technologies. Our solar lights and solar battery chargers are high quality and low-cost, eliminating the need for harmful and polluting fuels around the world.
About Voice Giving
Voice Giving is a youth-led Tanzanian organization that works to bring awareness to society about environmental conservation, women’s empowerment, and educational improvement particularly for people with low self-esteem.
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