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Norway, and Holland supporting Kigali Sanitation in Rwanda!

Jean Claude Ntakirutimana, a serial entrepreneur and long term client of Grow Movement runs Kigali sanitation LTD, a cleaning company which collects waste from Homes, offices and Public areas. Obsessed with business that brings about positive environmental impacts,...

#uganda600 launched at London Business School

Grow Movement launched its #uganda600 impact evaluation project at London Business School last week with over 70 of its volunteers new and past. Starting in June 2015, 600 entrepreneurs in Kampala, Uganda will start working with 600 Grow Movement Consultants. Three of...

eBay Investing in 5 Retail entrepreneurs in Malawi

Grow Movement has been awards £1300 grant from eBay Foundation's employee-volunteer led Give team which empowers employees to support their communities through volunteerism and employee sponsored grants. Funds will be used to fund 5 women retail entrepreneurs in...

Worshipful Company of Management Consultants Charity Evening

The Worshipful Company of Management Consultants celebrated their annual support for Charity last week at Skinners Hall. Each year over £1M of pro bono consultancy is provided to its charitable causes; focusing on improving social outcomes. They work closely with the...

Working with the Open University Business School MBA Alumni

Grow Movement visited the Open University Business School in January to discuss volunteering opportunities for their MBA Alumni. Grow Movement has a recruitment target of 600 volunteers for June 2015. With the OU having over 23,000 MBA alumni, it is a great place to...

Building Grow Movement in Scotland

During 2015 Grow Movement plans to build on the unique relationship that exists between Malawi and Scotland by increasing our presence within the business and volunteering community. Jeremy Roebuck, Scotland Country Manager attended the Scotland Malawi...

Building the Business Relationship between Scotland and Malawi

Scotland has a special link with Malawi, one of the world's poorest countries, dating back to the work of missionaries and Dr David Livingstone. For 150 years Scots have worked with the people of Malawi, helping them to develop their education and health systems. The...

100 clients, a birthday party and meeting the Malawi High commissioner

The GROW London team were welcomed to Malawi House by His Excellency Bernard Sande, the Malawi High Commissioner to the UK to celebrate 2 years of work in Malawi. GROW volunteers heard about the Malawian Government's 'Malawian Development Strategy' and their focus on...

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