Agricultural Insurance for Kenyan Farmers
Sector: Agriculture & Farming
Area of Impact: Kenya and East Africa
Social entrepreneur Rahab Karanja presents Kilimo Salama at Santa Clara University’s GSBI (“Global Social Benefit Incubator”) Business Summary Presentation on August 21, 2012.
Santa Clara University, located in the heart of Silicon Valley, facilitates the GSBI. Participants, social entrepreneurs, take part in a two-week boot camp at the university and off-site programs. The in-residence comprises classroom sessions led by noted faculty and renowned experts that complement peer-to-peer collaboration and mentoring with Silicon Valley executive teams. Participants stress test business plans through curriculum, presentation, and feedback. The in-residence culminates with formal business plan presentations to Silicon Valley entrepreneurs and venture capitalists.
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