Sisters' Blended Value Project
Transforming Social Ministries into Sustainable Social Enterprises
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Conrad N. Hilton Foundation is a non-profit family foundation that was established in 1944 by hotel entrepreneur, Conrad Hilton. In 1950, the Foundation was legally established as a non-profit corporation, separate from Hilton Hotels Corporation. The Foundation provides funds to non-profit organizations working to improve the lives of individuals living in poverty and experiencing material disadvantages throughout the world.
ACWECA is a regional body comprising National Associations of Sisterhoods (Conference of Women Religious Superiors General) from English speaking countries drawn from ten countries of Eastern and Central Africa namely Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Sudan, South Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe with the Conference of Major Religious Superiors – CMRS of Zimbabwe as an Associate Member. The Association has a membership of over 35,000 sisters from over 280 Religious Institutes, with 41 Superior Generals, whose aim is to provide great spiritual and pastoral impact in the region.
Since its inception in 2005, and coming at a time when the world and Africa face extraordinary challenges, SBS’s mission to develop transformative business leaders is even more relevant. By the use of globally tried and tested teaching methodology using case studies, using both local and international faculty, while at the same time partnering with local industry experts who draw and localize the experiences on the ground, we ensure that our programmes foster a culture of continuous learning.
The one week I attended the Project Management Programme allowed me to gain practical skills that I can carry forward to growing my social enterprise.
Within our congregation, we had no process for budgeting; SBS' faculty took us through practical budgeting skills that are easy to implement. We now have the bookkeeping skills needed to operate a social enterprise..
The networking opportunities opened me up to sisters in different congregations allowing us to exchange ideas and learn from one another.
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