Growth Partners Africa is a capacity development organization targeting the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) and organizations that work with them. They work alongside their clients to contribute to the achievement of their goals and objectives and in so doing achieve our mission of ‘growing enterprises, impacting the future.’
How they work
They first assess the needs of their potential clients to establish possible value addition. They only pick assignments with clear wins for the parties involved. Their interventions vary from short to medium term with clear exit strategies when the client organization is mature and can stand on its own. The terms of engagement are reviewed periodically to assess need for continuity. However, they value long term relationships and they keep in close contact with their clients whether they are working together on a project or way after the end of the project. For assignments that require additional capacity, they have a wide pool of associates who they can call upon on a need by need basis.
Social justice is a concept founded on the principle of equality. It aims at addressing the needs of the society with the view that everyone deserves equal political, social and economic opportunities and rights. It helps in the distribution of the justice in terms of the distribution of wealth, privileges and opportunities within a society. Social justice is one of the national values and principles of governance enshrined in the constitution of Kenya 2010 in Article 10. Article 19 of the constitution avers that the purpose of the recognizing and protecting human rights and the fundamental freedoms is to preserve the dignity of individuals and communities and to promote social justice and the realization of the potential of all human beings. One of the ways of achieving social justice is by protecting consumer rights. This has been provided for under Article 46 of the Constitution. Growth Partners Africa in pursuit of achieving social justice, they deal with matters concerning water rights, for instance, adequacy, affordability and sustainability of water to the society; food rights these includes accessibility of food to the people in the remote areas, food security and the effects of food insecurity in the society, food sovereignty for the poor and the people who live within the margins of the society; they are also concerned with land rights, for example issues of land ownership by women, matters concerning management and conservation of land; in addition they also deal with matters affecting genetic resources and biodiversity.