Who We Are

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Our Philosophy

The solution to the plight of refugees and urban poor is self-actualisation.

Entrepreneurs helping Entrepreneurs

We believe that by training and equipping entrepreneurs with the tools necessary to start a business, then nurturing them through growth, we will find a sustainable resolution. Our vision is to continue to reduce the complexities of business into its fundamental structure and processes, so much so that it transcends resource limitations and cultural differences as a globally applicable model.

The growth and development of people is the highest calling of leadership
— Harvey S. Firestone

Board of Directors

With the combined experience of 60 years of entrepreneurship, our board empathises with the constant struggles of running a business. We have diffused these years into guiding principles for any business, great or small. We wish to lay the foundation for a better future, in particular, those with such a troubled past. 
 

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Our Vision

Poverty is not about what resources you have, but how you use them. 

Success isn’t just about what you accomplish in your life; it’s about what you inspire others to do.


— Unknown

In Interview...

Dr. Chris Stout, an outspoken humanitarian who focuses on health and psychology, kindly invited our founder to discuss The Genesus Foundation and our projects. 

Follow Dr. Stout's podcast - A Life in Full

 
 

Anne Andlauer, a reporter for RFI contacted us in May to ask a few questions about our social enterprise A Clean Start. We were very happy to answer questions and were glad for the opportunity to explain the reality of the struggles. 

Find the original at Radio France Internationale

 
 
You are not a drop in the ocean. You are the entire ocean in a drop.
— Rumi