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Gexsi ist eine Internet Suchmaschine mit Sinn. Mit den Einnahmen aus der Websuche auf gexsi.com unterstützen wir - alle zwei Wochen ein neues Projekt oder Initiative, die gesellschaftliche Herausforderungen innovativ, oftmals mit einem entrepreneurial spirit löst. Damit nehmen wir unsere Nutzer mit auf eine Reise, bei der sie immer wieder neue, oftmals erstaunliche, Lösungen kennenlernen, wie Menschen die Welt täglich ein Stück besser machen.
Gexsi geht zurück auf eine Initiative der Schwab Stiftung für soziales Unternehmertum aus dem Jahr 2001: The Global Exchange for Social Investment (GEXSI). Andreas Renner, David Diallo und Kevin Fuchs haben die Marke 2018 mit ihrer Ausgründung re-aktiviert und neu positioniert. Die Mission ist dabei über all die Jahre unverändert geblieben. Es geht darum, die Finanzierungslücke für Social Startups zu schließen.
Gexsi ist ein Social Startup, dessen Anteile zu 100% bei der Good Impact Foundation (c/o Noah Foundation) in Berlin/Postdam liegen.

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What has happened so far in 2008

  A. Renner  24. August 2008 um 01:43 Uhr

 

The mobile still is steaming

In March, the new mobile KAITE-still was being used in Kufunda for the very first time.

We could extract Taget oil. The advantage of the mobile distiller is that KAITE can take it to the farmers who grow plants for the production of essential oils and they don’t have to bring the voluminous mass of harvested crops to the distiller, therefore avoiding high transportation costs. It also enables the farmers of remote areas to process their harvested crops.

 

Trip to the Lion & Cheetah Park On Mai, 24 and 31, the KAITE team was able to take two groups of orphans from Kambuzuma to the trip to the Lion & Cheetah park, an animal park close to Harare.

After a sightseeing tour in the park, where the children could see zebras, ostriches and lions, the group had a picnic and a little guidance through the attached zoo.

The children were very happy and for the KAITE team, it was likewise a nice experience to see the children laugh.

 

KAITE on the Planet Diversity In Mai, the UN conference on biodiversity and biological security took place in Bonn. KAITE participated in the conference on the convention on biological diversity. There René Fischer presented KAITE’s work. <!-- [if !supportLineBreakNewLine]--> <!-- [endif]-->

Flea market in Berlin

In May, the trust members Elisa Manukian, Dr. Kathryn Spieß, Asta von Unger, Alexa Pastoors and Holger Lengsfeld cleaned out their closets to go to the flea market for the benefit of KAITE.

Apparently, the stand on the Arkonaplatz in Berlin was fun and a nice donation was the result for KAITE.

 

Chairman of the board Klaus Pilgram supported KAITE’s work in Zimbabwe In the middle of June; Klaus Pilgram arrived in Harare to spent four weeks on behalf of the SES in Zimbabwe. Klaus Pilgram has been a member of the board since the foundation of the German KAITE trust and has previously worked in the development sector for 30 years.

After taking a look at the work done by KAITE close to Harare, he worked together with the team on conceptual structures of KAITE and the preparation of proposals.

 

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At the moment, KAITE is heading towards the next season which will start in October.

Therefore, the KAITE team visits small-scale farmers in remote areas of Zimbabwe and talks to them about a cooperation with KAITE. During the next weeks, KAITE will work on contracts for the individual farmers for long-living and fair partnerships.

 

On August 18th and 19th , KAITE attended a Workshop of the Zimbabwe Organic Producers and Promoting Association and worked on strategies to enhance the organic production in Zimbabwe. It was quite an interesting compilation of organisations around Zimbabwe who are involved in organic farming in some way, either through production, marketing or training. KAITE is going to join ZOPPA to enable it to contribute in the growth of organic farming in Zimbabwe.

 

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