Economic Stimulus

Our business model seeks not only to provide people with shelter but also skills and an income, and therefore draw the poorest of communities into the mainstream economy. We do this by:

  • Developing stimulus programmes that can sustain growth over a long period, which in turn retains employment
  • Creating industries that secure income for the surrounding areas
  • Sourcing all professionals and workforces from the host country where we initiate our programmes
  • Up-skilling and transferring skills in building methods, agriculture and solar technology
  • Bringing industry close to residential areas to reduce commute time and costs

Agriculture & Farming:

  • Developing stimulus programmes that can sustain growth over a long period, which in turn retains employment
  • Vertical Farming: Transferring skills in innovative farming technics that use less land but increase production
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  • Agro-processing Plant: Converting raw agricultural produce into commercial products
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  • Hydroponics: Transferring skills in the area of hydroponics
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  • Fish Farming: Identify fishery opportunities to supply the local markets
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Other Development Projects:

  • Water bottling plant
  • Free market stalls
  • Game lodges and tours
  • 18,000m² mall
  • E-learning platforms

The above activities create and sustain permanent employment opportunities in the countries where we initiate our housing development projects. Depending on the size of the project we anticipate creating around 2,000 or more jobs for the local community.

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