Start-Up Nation (SUN) is a dynamic entrepreneurship program that links Rain Makers (Investors) and Project Makers (Entrepreneurs), with the help of Deal Makers (Sales Agents), using a dynamic Crowdfunding, Incubation and Cryptocurrency (CIC) model targeted at Start-Up, Early-Stage and Distressed ventures. These different projects go through rigorous Mentorship & Training to ensure that they receive adequate skills to prepare them for business, ultimately reducing failure risk of the ventures. Start-Up Nation Fund (SUNFund) harnesses capital, through the issuance of a new cryptocurrency called ‘Coin of Africa (CoA)’, that is invested into incubated businesses and projects. These enterprises form the underlying assets of Start-Up Nation Fund (SUNFund) establishing a Net Asset Value (NAV) that benchmarks the Coin of Africa (CoA) value to give it backing, security and reduce volatility. To download the Coin of Africa (CoA) Litepaper click the following link https://sunfundafrica.files.wordpress.com/2018/11/23-coin-of-africa-coa-litepaper2.pdf.
At Aussie Books for Zim (hereafter ABZ) we collect gently used and new books, stationery and library furnishings (otherwise destined for landfill) and ship them to Zimbabwe to set up libraries in rural disadvantaged communities. We seek to improve literacy in disadvantaged communities and to empower children with knowledge and the confidence to help them shape the world they live in.
I seek yo increase mental health awareness in order avail equal opportunities to those with chronic and futile conditions especially at school and in the work place. Our schools in Zimbabwe have not been adequately designed for the optimum functioning of individuals with mental illnesses. Our communities reject and stigmatize people living with mental conditions. My greatest desire is to create plartforms through workshops to allow people living with mental illnesses especially children to utilise their talents as a community through projects such as beading and jewellery making, chicken projects and gardening. These individuals are vulnerable as it is not easy for them to find employment and be socially emancipated compared to others.
Sandy has been in a wheelchair for the past 38 plus years , after being in a car accident which left her paralysed from the waist down. Not being someone who quits, Sandy has worked all these years and in the last ten years or so has also had to support her parents. At around March this year Sandy developed a number of bedsores and Pneumonia which landed her in hospital. Unfortunately during this time she exhausted her medical aid and we had to fund raise to pay her varous medical bills. After 3 months, Sandy has since been released from hospital after having an op to close up her sores but unfortunately the bills are still streaming in. I know we are all going through an extremely tough time here in Zim, but if you can find it in your heart to give even the smallest amount towards paying off her final outstanding bills, we would be so grateful.
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