Saturday, June 12, 2010

Improving Community Health on a Global Scale

Meet 19-year-old social entrepreneur Bianca Griffith, who is taking time out from college to build a tiny six cottage eco-hotel along the west coast of Africa, in The Gambia.

She got started by using $600 from her nonprofit, and 40 men from the village. From start to finish, the project took only four days.
The company name is half french (Sante which means health) and half English, to not only emphasize the organization’s commitment to a natural and sustainable approach to community health care but, to represent a cultural bridge between the US and Senegal.
Read more here.

Posted by: The Global Small Business Blog

1 comment:

E Xtenze said...

This is the good step forward to improve the health issue on global community.