Social Enterprise Society of Kenya (SESOK)

Social Enterprise Society of Kenya (SESOK)

    Social Enterprise Society of Kenya (SESOK) was founded and registered in January 2017 in Nairobi, Kenya. We are the umbrella body of social enterprises in East Africa, offering our members numerous benefits critical to their businesses. Currently we have more than one hundred members who are social entrepreneurs running social enterprises in the region and are enthusiastic about Shared Value, Social Impact and Sustainability. We care about People, Planet and Profit while doing business. Our members bring together a combined force of knowledge and business experience in various sectors, from Agribusiness, Green Energy, Waste Management, Water and Sanitation, Health, ICT and many more in between. The organization is quickly growing to include like-mined entrepreneurs and institutions as members in the social enterprise space in Kenya and Africa.

    Our Vision

    Kenya transformed through Social Entrepreneurship

    Our Mission

    To be the main catalyst for the development of the social enterprise sector in Kenya

    Our Objectives

    -To raise awareness on social entrepreneurship in Kenya

    -To offer support for social enterprises in Kenya through advisory services, training, research, relevant resources & business networks

    -To strengthen the social enterprise sector in Kenya by guiding the establishment, operations and development of social enterprises

    -To encourage the growth of social enterprises as a sustainable way to address social needs (improvement of people’s lives and the environment)

    - To build networks among social enterprises in Kenya

    -To build relationships and work very closely with our partners for the benefit of our members

    -To promote the profile of the social enterprises to partners, stakeholders in both public and private sector

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