Please provide examples of any previous entrepreneurial initiatives you have pioneered.
My most important innovation is Giving Garage and the lessons learned were hard work & that being consistent pays a lot.
Save Pwashikai Nideno campaign which I achieved in 2012 attracted so much media buzz and funds donated led to the successful
vaginoplasty. In 2013, I was nominated as a universal peace federation ambassador of peace and in 2014, I was nominated as A
World at School Global Youth Ambassador.
Giving Garage metamorphosed from Charity Lounge as an ambitious non-profit platform, servicing as a solution space to assist social
innovators, we add the fun-in-fundraising at our events and also in bringing together mentors to their mentees, in order to empower
them to be great leaders and as sustainable social change agent. We also serve as a platform to reaching out to the under privileges
in the society, by creating avenues for the promotion of charity using technology and adopting social media for social good.
The Giving Garage Project was showcased at the Third UN World Conference on Disaster Risk & Reduction in Sendai-Japan as a
Youth Friendly Environmental Space in its Pilot Stage and as a case example at Shared Value Initiatives conference in New York in
Award: Giving Garage also won the best idea never produced –campaign in the 2015 Summit Creative Award competition with more
than 5000 submissions from 23 countries hosted by the Summit International Awards
Beyond your existing team, who else are you working with to achieve your objectives, eg partners, advisors, mentors?