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.Is to help people from Rural township to make their environment clean and healthier for living

.Is to provide easy access to useful herbs and homecare products to people


Walmer Township in Port Elizabeth at Nelson Mandela Metro. Municipality. Where people are dying of diseases, poverty and crime. But it is a good area for opportunities. Situated next to the Port Elizabeth Air-port.


To train people and encourage young individuals to take opportunities.

To expand the project to my community in Zululand district municipality. Where I can train people how to run their small business without causing damage to the environment.

To provide financial advice to individuals in order for them to make a living

Action Plan

I will consult different stakeholders e.g. Nelson Mandela Bay Manager in Port Elizabeth. I will explain my main objective of the project. Besides this, I will prepare a Business Plan approach where I can explain and clarify my project plan. I have a lot of connection with regards to Business Plans e.g. with NEDBANK, Pine Town Accountants in Durban. I will consult all those different stakeholders to ensure that I present something more professionally and well presentable.

I know this area. I have been there before doing my research with regards to Rural Development. I understand the challenges which villagers are facing. The approach will more simply but professional to make a meaningful difference.

I would also consult my company in partnership called GNLD international to offer assistance with Home care products. We all need clean environment to live in. I will offer training to selected individuals on due course.


Nedbank small Business Assistance

World Bank

GNLD Internation


It will be efficient and effictive to run a project for one year plan. Six months would be enough to see the results.


The project will assist the community to obtain new skills, specifically for young individuals who are unemployed. Cleaning that beautiful township to be a place for all.

Financial Plan

An estimate of R65000 for the project within the first year of operation. Given that we will have young people who are well determined to volunteer for us. As the project grows, it will need more expenditure with an estimate of R300 000. But I hope that we can obtain funds from the government through a proper Business plan and the story of success during the first year of operation.

I can do it, But not alone with the community!!!

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