Who We Are

Comboni Alliance for Social Entrepreneurship (CASE)

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Comboni Alliance for Social Entrepreneurship (CASE) is a faith based social enterprise that was established to respond to African social challenges and create a new model of sustainability for the church and Africa.

It inspired by Daniel Comboni’s idea of the regeneration of Africa as a path to social transformation of the continent. CASE is a hub that connects the Comboni missionary work of promoting social entrepreneurship across the continent

Areas of expertise

CASE gives the Comboni missionaries the voice, avenue and influence through social entrepreneurship and social transformation.

Training

This component targets the selected youth in Comboni apostolates  and the local communities. They are mobilised for structured training in  starting running and managing their social enterprisesLearn More »

Social enterprises

Social enterprises – CASE specifically supports start-ups in strengthening and expansion of existing enterprises and focus on innovation of new initiatives  to solve social problems Learn More »

Hub

CASE fosters regional hubs (virtually and physical) that serve as  working spaces, talent development, sharing and peer support centres. This provides connection centres for youth training in social entrepreneurship andLearn More »

Professional services

Eventually and with time, CASE will offer coaching  and mentorship for social entrepreneurs outside the Comboni networks. These services form a center of excellence.Learn More »

Our Priority:

Creating Social Impact through empowering individuals to create Social Businesses that transform their communities.

Areas of expertise:

  1. Empowering and supporting social entrepreneurs through imparting social entrepreneurship knowledge, skills and attitude
  2. Enabling grassroots innovations by assisting people to embrace challenges as opportunities for social businesses
  3. Resource mobilization through partnerships and collaboration
  4. Developing scalable business models that solve community problems.

Daniel Comboni’s vision

Comboni Alliance for Social Entrepreneurship (CASE) is a faith based social enterprise that was established to respond to African social challenges and create a new model of sustainability for the church and Africa.

It inspired by Daniel Comboni’s idea of the regeneration of Africa as a path to social transformation of the continent. CASE is a hub that connects the Comboni missionary work of promoting social entrepreneurship across the continent.

Impact

CASE enhances the social dimension of the missionaries’ presence in the continent. It gives the Comboni missionaries the opportunity to impact the communities where they work through the creation of social ventures.


Blog and updates

CASE has collaborated with many partners. These include; government, private organizations, local churches, religious institutions and grassroots organizations to create a positive impact.

Ecosystem builder’s dialogue: Navigating challenges and maximizing impact

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East Africa Social Business Forum This panel discussion highlighted the importance of growth that produces environmental and social benefits,... read more

Empowerment through training and capacity building

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Ministry goes beyond spreading the gospel; it involves transforming lives through empowerment. An inspiring example was shared about a... read more

Comboni Forum At Tangaza University College

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It is a long established fact that a reader will be distracted by the readable content of a page... read more

East Africa Social Business Forum

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Introduction The East Africa Social Business Forum on Youth Entrepreneurship 2023, organised by Yunus centre, YY ventures and Friends of... read more

Annual Africa Conference on Social Entrepreneurship(AACOSE)

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The goal of the Creating Pan-African Conference was to bring together a diverse network of partners, to showcase innovative... read more

Palorinya bootcamp-border of Uganda and South Sudan in Moyo district

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This was an intervention of the CASE in the lives of about 100 young people in Palorinya settlement in Northern... read more

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