Teach a man to fish instead of giving him one...

Millions of potentially good hard working people living in the townships just can't find a good job. Some lucky ones do have a job but after taxi fares and long hours they barely bring home enough money to scrape by. Due to the lack of resources for this large portion of our population the cycle of poverty, lack of education and crime gets passed from one generation to another.

Governments around the world have long known that the solution to this problem is the creation of more jobs, but this is easier said than done and in the absence of a solution, huge sums of money are ploughed into trying to improve the lifestyle of this segment. Unfortunately while subsidy's, grants  etc. are usually well intentioned they are often not sustainable and very seldom does the funding bring about real long term change for the people it was intended for.

Mama Mimi's is targeting the problem on a micro scale. What if one woman could bake and sell 50 loaves of bread a day from her home?

Most families eat two loaves per day; this means she would only need 25 families as customers. What if she could make R4 per loaf of bread she sold per day?

What kind of change would be brought about in her life and that of her family if she was working from home generating a profit of R5000?

"One at a time" is how Mama Mimi's and you can be changing lives and helping to build our nation.

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