Using our One Bridge Seven Pillars Model, Haradali Health:
A community’s wealth is both held privately in the hands of members of a community, and commonly owned in what we may call “community commons”. A community’s “capital”, in tangible or intangible forms, is its governance and institutions, culture, social networks, physical infrastructure, natural endowments, human talent and financial resources.
Haradali Ventures works with community members and organizations to grow the “total wealth” of the community. Utilizing the One Bridge Seven Pillars Model, Haradali Ventures is a one-stop exchange hub for products and services to the small and medium enterprises (SMEs) that serve the needs of the community for a profit. Haradali Ventures works with the community, national, and international stakeholders, both public and private, to invest in the community commons, especially through social enterprises, non-governmental organizations, and other community-based organizations. Our products and services include:
Haradali Institute is the research, teaching, training, coaching and mentoring arm of Haradali. The institute’s agenda is to nurture Africa’s, and the world’s, managers and leaders. The institute engages managers and leaders at all levels, and in all sectors, to build healthy, prospering and well-living communities. The Haradali Institute promotes the healthy tension between reflection and action, a global mindset with a bias towards local action, collaboration, and constant rebalancing between continuity and change. The Haradali Institute builds bridges within and across communities, nations and the world.
Our flagship initiatives include:
A tool for communities, nations, international organizations, business and civil society to utilize the One Bridge Seven Pillars Model to create high impact community interventions, as well as get the value for the money.
A guide tool for students, parents and educators to prepare children to live good and balanced lives of reflection, action, curiosity, humility, patience, freedom with responsibility, search for creating and sharing knowledge, cherishing diversity, local and global citizenship - all essential attributes of Ubuntu
Leading for Peace and Prosperity Summit (LEAP2SUMMIT):
This annual event is a learning and networking event for leaders across sectors and hierarchies in Africa. It seeks to enable national and global leaders to learn more about the contexts of communities. It similarly helps community and middle leaders and managers to discover and engage in national and global contexts.
Pan African Library Project (PALP):
A ten-year long public private initiative to establish Africa’s largest knowledge depository. From Olduvai Gorge in Tanzania, Axum in Ethiopia, Great Zimbabwe in Zimbabwe, Timbuktu in Mali, Alexandria in Egypt, and Cape of Good Hope in South Africa, Africa’s footprint on human civilization looms large, and yet is often ignored or neglected. Africa’s story is a powerful human narrative that needs to be told through this Library of Africa’s Libraries.
Nation Building Associates:
A global network of thought leaders with expertise on nation building in post-conflict, post-genocide and post-natural disaster situations.