The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH has launched a new green recovery project that helps Micro and small businesses with green business models to meet their sustainability goals and provide a higher standard of living for community members.
SMEs that focus on developing sustainable green projects not only have the opportunity for financial gain but also to create a host of positive societal impacts. By supplying communities with sustainable and affordable solutions, micro and small enterprises can simultaneously address the key drivers of poverty while reducing carbon emissions.
On July 1st, WIDU Green Call platform was launched. The platform offers a new local call targeting green businesses in Kenya to support micro and small enterprises interested in building a sustainable green future in their communities