We engage entrepreneurs with practical exercises involving collaborative prototyping, brainstorming and innovation tournaments. We lay emphasis on early action to address or minimize vulnerabilities which usually develop to complex disasters.


Video Social Innovation Workshop


Faced with current emerging global challenges in our communities, we must overcome our status quo biases and embrace positive change, appropriate research and design thinking.


More than 2000 Cedrela trees already planted in Woteva Village.

Ongoing project in Cameroon. We plant Cedrela mexicana trees among local species to revive the local forest. Cedrela trees are resistant to parasites, worms and other wood-boring insects. Trees can be harvested in 15 to 20 years. The wood can be used for moderate construction works, decoration, furniture, roofing, doors, window frames and fencing.



Cedrela mexicana species is also used to realize complex engineering projects such as boat building (especially racing boats). The trees require few soil nutrients. Their flowers produce abundant nectar for honey bees. Cedrela trees can also serve as minor shades for coffee and cocoa shrubs.

Pros & Cons of Cedrela Species





We promote the education of children in the East Region of Tanzania. We work in concert with our Partners (LifeWayLight Trust TZ) to provide quality education to the underprivileged. Our ongoing projects include the construction of additional educational facilities and the Church.


The LifeWayLight Schools counts roughly 300 students


Mount Cameroon (4,100m) is the highest peak in West and Central Africa. It’s an active volcano whose last eruption occurred in 2000.


The Woteva Community Forest (east of the mountain) houses some of the most attractive Eco-touristic sites in the region – lava flows, craters, caves, valleys, gigantic tree species, medicinal plants, carnivorous plants, wild animals (monkeys, baboons, chimpanzees, snakes, birds, etc.) and many other attractions.