Maputo, July 17th 2018

Afrilanthropy in collaboration with Leonardo Group, CMMI (Business Council Mozambique-Italy) has started “Viveiros”, a project which provides strategic advisory and incubation services to young entrepreneurs looking to develop their business in Mozambique.

The first company selected was ABILITY, which provides solutions in the health sector through their MORELIFE app, connecting donors and recipients of blood banks.

From Leonardo News

“Last week in Maputo, Viveiros was officially launched, a project resulting from the collaboration between CCMI (Business Council Mozambique-Italy), Leonardo Group and Afrilanthropy, with the aim of guiding young entrepreneurs with little experience along the first steps in complex business world.

Thanks to the consolidated partnership with Leonardo Group and Afrilanthropy – a platform specialized in linking African social enterprises to facilitated financing opportunities – the Viveiros business hub will mainly provide strategic advisory and governance support services to young Mozambican entrepreneurs and SMEs selected for opportunities development for their business.

The first company chosen for the project was ABILITY, created by a group of young graduates active in the field of app creation and development. Among these, MORELIFE deserves special mention, which aims to provide solutions for the health field, facilitating communication between donors and recipients of blood banks.

The projects identified by the hub will benefit from the assistance of the CCMI members and partners, who will have the opportunity to adopt a young company and follow it in its growth process, through the sharing of know-how and expertise gained over the years.

Leonardo Group, Afrilanthropy and CCMI firmly believe in creating a healthy business environment to ensure the development and potential of many projects of great impact for the population and the environment of the country.”

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