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The Basic Needs 
Programme

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By offering a sustainable, inexpensive, locally developed toilet (Dry and Waterborne)  that, we contribute to addressing  the present problem of the backlog of 150,000 toilets as described in the National Sanitation Strategy. We focus on local manufacturing and re-engineer the value chain to address job creation, revenue share and completing existing National efforts.

The Toilet Project

Sanitation is intrinsic to issues of health, safety and dignity. This makes toilets indispensable to any sustainable development or social impact, processes, policies and initiatives. Innv8e is currently pioneering local manufacturing and distribution of toilets for unserviced land in informal settlements, with the goal of erecting 4,000 toilets.

The Governor's Regional Development Project

The project structures and matches resources to the community needs in the fourteen regions. It creates regional capacity with a framework to discharge CSR for sustainable impact.

The Housing Project

As a sister enterprise of Innv8e, Amari Group is targeting construction of 20,000 ultra-affordable and affordable houses in integrated communities that contain facilities for enterprises, institutions, schools and public open spaces.

The Spaces Project

Public open spaces, when appropriately designed and managed, are integral to community development and well-being; they are places for interaction, physical activity, public engagement, creative exchange, and local commerce via markets, vendors and other retailers.

The Enterprise Development Project

The project establishes a framework for entrepreneurs to establish and successfully operate smaller social enterprises by highlighting opportunities and providing empowering knowledge.

The Wellbeing Project

The project fosters wellbeing with information and activities that promote beneficial activities and outcomes in the fields of  nutrition, sports, wealth, general wellbeing and skills development.

The Wealth Project

This newly conceived project promotes access, opportunity and ownership as a route to wealth.

The Data  Project

This newly conceived project promotes access to much needed National development data, strategies, programmes and plans for the CSR, CSI and Development projects of the Private and Development sector.

The Toilet
Project

By offering a sustainable, inexpensive, locally developed toilet (Dry and Waterborne)  that, we contribute to addressing  the present problem of the backlog of 150,000 toilets as described in the National Sanitation Strategy. We focus on local manufacturing and re-engineer the value chain to address job creation, revenue share and completing existing National efforts.

The initiative prioritizes the following sectors:

  • Informal

  • Rural

  • Vulnerable

  • Off-grid

  • Marginalized 

  • Physically-Challenged

  • Previously-Disadvantaged

  • Community-based Vehicles

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