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ENACTUS IN ACTION 2015 ANNUAL REPORT ENACTUSdate: ANNUAL REPORT |1 Release 22 April, 2016


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TABLE OF CONTENTS 06

Letter from the Chairman

08

World Impact

10

Global Goals

12

Enactus 2020

14

National Competitions

16

Enactus World Cup

26

Organizational Partners

44

Individual Partners

46

Financials

50

Board of Directors

52

How We Work

54

Investing in Enactus

56

Country Operations

128

The Power of One

130

A World of Difference

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LETTER FROM THE CHAIRMAN Dear Members and Friends,

Kees Kruythoff President, North America Unilever Chairman, Enactus Worldwide Board of Directors

We are at the precipice of a historic time at Enactus. In 2015, the United Nations launched the Sustainable Development Goals to end extreme poverty, fight inequality and injustice and fix climate change by 2030. The 69,000+ student action leaders of Enactus will be in the prime of their careers in 2030. But today, they are already taking action toward the 17 Global Goals. And Enactus has put in place a bold 2020 Dynamic Action Plan to keep the organization on track for the coming years. Enactus is playing a vital role in giving university students an amazing launch pad, fueled by entrepreneurial action, to create a better world for us all. It’s working—we’ve directly impacted more than 1.17 million lives this year alone through business innovation that creates real social impact. This is one of the most exciting times to be a part of Enactus. We’re on a trajectory to see explosive growth and I’m proud to help lead the organization over the next two years. ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 7


69,000+

PARTICIPATING STUDENTS ANNUAL LY

2014—2015

WORLD IMPACT

1,177,000+

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED AN N UALLY


7,000,000+ VOLUNTEER HOURS AN N UALLY

4,100

TEAM PROJECTS A N N UA L LY

Numbers based on fiscal year ending 8/31/15.

36

COUNTRIES

17

U.N. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

1,710+

UNIVERSITY PROGRAMS

1 ENACTUS WORLD CUP

A DVA NCED

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ENACTUS ALIGNS WITH THE

2030 GLOBAL GOALS In 2015 world leaders announced 17 Global Goals for Sustainable Development. The Goals are bold for all countries. For all people. The Global Goals serve as a framework to help track and articulate the sustainable changes we’ve been creating for over 40 years. We are proud of the young leaders of Enactus who, through sustainable, smart business solutions, are creating a positive impact every day especially in areas of job creation, women’s economic empowerment, food and water security and youth development. Through Entrepreneurial Action and living our Enactus values, we continue to work towards the long-term goals that create a better world for us all.

EN•ACT•US Entrepreneurial – igniting business innovation with integrity and passion. Action – the experience of social impact that sparks social enterprise. Us – student, academic and business leaders collaborating to create a better world. OUR VALUES

INTEGRITY PASSION INNOVATION COLLABORATION

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BEST AT

OUR VISION FOR

D

ENACTUS 2020

Dynamic community of Entrepreneurial Action leaders.

In fiscal year 2015 we built and activated a diverse and dynamic value proposition with defined impact and compelling benefits to support a sustainable annual revenue goal of $30m+ with 25% reserve funds in 2020. To achieve this we will refine our current business model to operate with efficient entrepreneurial action with the right talent, discipline and performance benchmarks. In 2015, we arrived at three Key Goals and five Strategies.

Goal: 360,001+ Members

N

DRIVING ECONOMICS

[students, alumni, educators, business leaders, partners, employees & supporters]

A

Notable Social Enterprise that drives a sustainable business model.

Activation of business innovation & impact aligned with the UN SDGs.

Goal: $30m+ Network Revenue

Goal: 125,000+ Students

[Grow our reserve, global impact funds & number of endowment contributors, annual]

[annual]

3m+ Impacted Lives [students & benefactors, measurable, annual]

PASSIONATE ABOUT


2

Engage, connect & grow a dynamic membership.

1

3

D

Align & build network capacity for success as a Social Enterprise.

N

5

Grow strong partnerships & sustainable revenue.

Effectively measure & expand innovative projects & impact.

A

4

Amplify the Enactus worldwide brand experience.

Social Enterprise = an economically sustainable business model that positively impacts people, planet and prosperity. A Social Enterprise can be organized as a for-profit or not-for-profit. enactus.org/17SDGs ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 13


2015 ENACTUS

NATIONAL COMPETITIONS Like in business, we believe that competition encourages creativity and rewards results. At an Enactus national competition, student teams present their most compelling business innovation and social impact projects on stage for 17 minutes to an audience of esteemed judges. For Enactus, this means more lives impacted. The 2015 Enactus competition season started with events in each of our 36 countries where teams competed for the honor of representing their country at the prestigious Enactus World Cup.

TORONTO Canada

ST. LOUIS

United States

MEXICO CITY

Mexico

GUATEMALA CITY

SAN JUAN

Puerto Rico

Guatemala

Sテグ PAULO

1,080+

COMPETING TEAMS

5,050+ JUDGES

33,600+

TOTAL ATTENDANCE

Brazil


UTRECHT

Netherlands

LONDON

WARSAW

United Kingdom

Poland

Ireland

MOSCOW Russia

DUBLIN MANNHEIM

PARIS

Germany

France

KIEV

ALMATY

Kazakhstan

Ukraine

BISHKEK

Kyrgyzstan

BAKU

TUNIS CASABLANCA

Azerbaijan

Korea

DUSHANBE

Tunisia

Morocco

SEOUL

AMAGASAKI

Tajikistan

CAIRO Egypt

China

GURGAON

India

DAKAR

MANILA

Senegal

ACCRA

Ghana

Japan

SHANGHAI

Philippines

LAGOS

Nigeria

NAIROBI Kenya

KUALA LUMPUR

Malaysia

SINGAPORE Singapore

HARARE

Zimbabwe

JOHANNESBURG

South Africa

MBABANE Swaziland

MELBOURNE Australia

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For the first time ever, Enactus World Cup was held on African soil. 14–16 October in Johannesburg, South Africa more than 2,600 business, academic and student leaders came from around the world to experience excellence in competition, collaboration and celebration.

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“LET YOUR GREATNESS BLOSSOM.” NKOSAZANA DLAMINI-ZUMA Chairperson, African Union Commission Students were captivated by a Keynote presentation at the Opening Ceremony by Madam Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, Chairperson of the African Union Commission. She enjoyed the spirit of Enactus World Cup so much that she changed her schedule to judge the Final Round of Competition and experience the World Cup to the end.


Left: World Cup Champion, University of Southampton, United Kingdom. Top-Right: 2nd Place, Brigham Young University – Hawaii, United States. Center-Right: 3rd Place, Mohammedia School of Engineers, Morocco. Bottom-Right: 4th Place, Seoul National University, Korea. ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 19


ENTREPRENEURIAL SPIRIT AWARD Patrice and Dr. Precious Motsepe

Dr. Precious Motsepe received the prestegious Entrepreneurial Spirit award on behalf of her and her husband for their inspiring work as Co-Chairs of the Motsepe Foundation.


GLOBAL CHAMPION AWARD Lord Dr. Michael Hastings As KPMG’s Global Head of Citizenship, Lord Dr. Michael Hastings shares the good work of Enactus students and inspires them to continue their social impact long into the future. We were honored to present him with the Global Champion of Enactus Award.

THE JACK SHEWMAKER LEADERSHIP AWARD James Shikwati As Director of Enactus Kenya, James Shikwati was selected for the Jack Shewmaker Leadership Award for his outstanding leadership of this Enactus country operation.

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2002

Amsterdam, Netherlands

2016 2005

Toronto, Canada

2001

2009

London, England

Berlin, Germany 2014

2007

2003

New York, USA

Mainz, Germany

Beijing, China

2006

Paris, France

2012

Washington DC, USA 2010

Los Angeles, USA

2013

Cancun, Mexico

2011

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

2004

Barcelona, Spain 2015

Johannesburg, South Africa

2008

Singapore, Singapore


The legacy of Enactus World Cup excellence in competition, collaboration and celebration continues in Toronto, Canada, 28-30 September 2016. Join a select group of student, academic and business leaders in a show of excellence of business innovation and social impact.

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ENACTUS ANNUAL

COUNTRY LEADERSHIP SUMMIT Enactus Country and Worldwide staff leadership gather for three days of sharing insights, exploring new ideas and advancing leadership skills. The annual Summit takes place following the Enactus World Cup each year and for the first time will present an opportunity to expand for sponsor engagement starting in 2017. The 2015 Summit, held in the the unique setting of the Drakensberg Mountains, allowed us to focus on fellowship and leadership. With the Zulu themes, “Ubuntu,” meaning “I am, because we are,” and individual “indabas,” meaning “important gatherings,” our working sessions helped us design and refine the Enactus 2020 strategic plan.

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CORPORATE AND ORGANIZATIONAL

PARTNERS Enactus corporate and organizational partners play an essential role in supporting our work to inspire young leaders to improve the world through entrepreneurial action. Our partners listed are recognized based upon their commitment to Enactus and their total annual investment made through partner memberships, sponsorships, strategic partnerships, special grants and in-kind gifts. The list includes partners who are contributing to the overall worldwide organization as well as Enactus country operations.

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The unique combination of putting students together with business leaders and academics to talk about entrepreneurship is what makes Enactus so special.� Doug McMillon Past Chairman Enactus Worldwide Board of Directors President & CEO Walmart Stores, Inc.

30

+

YEARS

of impactful collaborative partnership

Bottom-Right: The Enactus-Walmart relationship dates back to Walmart founder, Sam Walton, shown here with Enactus students in the 1980s. Top-Left: Jack Shewmaker, Walmart President & COO from 1978-1983, and later Vice Chairman & CFO, was perhaps the foremost champion of Enactus, propelling the organization’s growth to international status. He served as a member of the Enactus Worldwide Board of Directors until his death in 2010. Top-Right: Today, Mike Moore, EVP Supercenters, Walmart U.S., is Vice Chair of the Enactus Worldwide Board of Directors and chairs the Enactus United States National Advisory Board.

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Enactus is probably the most significant and prominent of all of our citizenship initiatives that we undertake every single year.� Lord Dr. Michael Hastings Global Head of Citizenship, KPMG International

30+

EXECUTIVES serving on Enactus Boards and Advisory Boards in 21 countries

Bottom-Right: Since the inception of Enactus World Cup in 2003, KPMG has been a sponsor, and since 2012, KPMG has been the presenting sponsor of the event. Top-Left: Global COO Shaun Kelly is Secretary-Treasurer of the Enactus Worldwide Board of Directors. Top-Right: Lord Dr. Michael Hastings frequents the stage at Enactus World Cup, often moderating lively discussion by thought leaders during Action Leader Forums.

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If there was ever two organizations whose missions were completely aligned, it’s Enactus and Unilever.� Kees Kruythoff Chairman Enactus Worldwide Board of Directors President Unilever North America

20

+

COUNTRIES

of Enactus support and participation with targeted special competitions in 10+ countries

Bottom-Right: Todd Tillemans, Executive Vice President, President Customer Development, Unilever North America and Member of the Enactus United States National Advisory Board Executive Committee awards the 2015 United States Unilever Bright Future Project Partnership winner La Sierra University. Top-Left: Through the Unilever | Enactus Global Partnership, Unilever sponsors Project Partnership and Topic Competition opportunities to mobilize Enactus teams in 11 countries. Top-Right: Kees Kruythoff was appointed Chair of the Enactus Worldwide Board of Directors in 2015. ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 33


I personally admire the way Enactus encourages the entrepreneurial spirit of young students, staying true to the philosophy of supporting productive and sustainable projects.” Emilio Azcárraga President & CEO Televisa

Top: Emilio Azcárraga was presented with the prestigious Entrepreneurial Spirit Award at Enactus World Cup 2013 by Chairman of the Board, President & CEO, The Hershey Company, then Enactus Worldwide Board of Directors Chairman J.P. Bilbrey. Right: Alex Olhovich, Vice President, Human Resources, Grupo Televisa and Enactus Mexico National Advisory Board member judges the final round of competition at the 2015 Mexico National Competition.


Through our partnership with Enactus, we are able to help accelerate educational innovation, and empower students to become transformative agents of change in their communities.� Top and Bottom-Right: Ford, through the C3 Building Sustainable Communities Project Partnership, challenges Enactus teams in eight countries to use entrepreneurial action to find innovative, creative and unique ways to address an urgent, unmet social need or problem in the local community, empowering the community to become a more sustainable place to work and live.

Jim Vella Member Enactus Worldwide Board of Directors President Ford Motor Company Fund and Community Services

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$1,000,000 USD AND UP

$500,000 – $999,999 USD

As of 31 October 2015


$200,000 – $499,999 USD

$100,000 – $199,999 USD

Anonymous

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Pantone

Pantone 185

Pantone 129

CMYK

C-0 M-100 Y-100 K-0

C-0 M-17 Y-100 K-0

1-Color Black

$50,000 – $99,999 USD Black

First Bank Mobile Money 3/8"

DEAN BLUE PMS 287C

Minimum Size

DEAN GREEN DEAN LIGHT GREEN PMS 3298C PMS 369C

Dean Master Signature - Horizontal

聚星 工坊 MX[LQJ


Nedbank

Syngenta

TY DANJUMA FOUNDATION We touch lives...

$25,000 – $49,999 USD Arla Foods

Bank Rakyat Bollore

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Infosys Kontena Nasional Berhad (KNB) 速

mobinil


$5,000 – $24,999 USD 1&1 Internet Able Sales Accenture AGBank OJSC Agence du Service Civique AIA Singapore Pte Ltd AkzoNobel Alterna Savings American Ireland Funds Anunciattho Communication Arthur Cox

ATA Trade Group LLC Atlas Consolidated Development Corporation AttijariBank AVI Community Trust Bahlsen Banco Industrial Baxter BBDO Canada Bernard Hodes BMCE Bank

BorgWarner British Council Budimex Burger King CABS Carl Zeiss Carlisle CBZ Bank Cementos Progreso, S.A. CIMA (Chartered Institute of Management Accountants) ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 41


City Lodge Comau Commonwealth Bank Conference Partners Cosan Group Cosumar CTcon Cummins Dayang Trands DBS DD Williamson DDB Latina Puerto Rico DELTA EARTHMOVING Dunnhumby Ebbinge Ebiquity Ecobank Senegal Ecolab Embotelladora La Mariposa, S.A. Fasoo.com Fondation Groupe Adecco Freudenberg Fuji Xerox Fundaci贸n Pantaleon Gap Gazprom Gemte Consulting GIbney Communications

Giza Systems GlaxoSmithKline GPEC Group Greencore Groupe El Badr Grupo Herdez Halla Visteon Climate Control Hasbro Helion Ventures Holsum Puerto Rico Hotbake Systems Pty Ltd (Rich Products) IFG Intercontinental Hotels Group International Produce Interush INVI - Instituto Nacional de la Vivienta IREN Johnson Controls Jti Processadora De Tabaco Do Brasil Ltda Juhayna Kao K盲rcher KBC Bank Kosmos Energy Kumtor Gold Company La Coentreprise La Marocaine Vie

Lend Lease Lindsay Goldberg Lloyds Banking Group LMV LOTOS Group MABE MasterCard Metinvest Metro China Ministry of Higher Education of Tunisia Mobitor Corporation Molinos de Puerto Rico Monoprix Musgrave Group NFL Novozymes NTUC Foundation OCEANAGOLD (PHILS.), INC. Old Mutual Ooredoo Oriental Bank & Trust Oriental Weavers Ormit Parker Hannifin POET Shipbuilding & Engineering Pte Ltd PricewaterhouseCoopers Progress Social and Economic Investigations Public Union


Promerit Puerto Rico Supplies Group RBS Regus Richbond Rockwell Automation China SAB Foundation Sage South Africa SAGITTARIUS MINES INC. Schiphol Group Schumacher Cargo Logistics Selangor Properties Berhad Seplat Signature Bank of Arkansas SK Happiness Foundation Slaughter & May

TRADE ASSOCIATION PARTNERS

Soluci贸n Web, S.A Sonatel Foundation Soros - Kyrgyzstan Foundation Sovereign Trust State Oil Company of Azerbaijan Republic AQS LLC SUEZ Environnement SVEZA SwaziBank Swaziland Water Services Corp. TelOne The Irish Times The New Media Consortium Tilibra TMF Group TNB

Trelleborg UMB Bank, n.a. Unity Investment Partners UPM US Embassy VGM&M LLC Vantone Foundation Volvo Construction - Lingong Waitrose/JLP Wesport XPV Capital Zensar Technologies Zimbabwe Works

MEDIA PARTNERS

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$100,000 USD AND UP

$50,000 – $99,999 USD Peter Layton $25,000 – $49,999 USD Dave & Mary Bernauer Gene Bicknell Randy & Valorie Lawson Mark Lefkowitz Doug & Shelley McMillon Mohammed V Foundation

INDIVIDUAL

PARTNERS

$10,000 – $24,999 USD

Anonymous

Ian Aitken Skip & Linda Aldridge J.P. Bilbrey Doug & Leigh Conant John Donald Ted & Sandi Fox Jules & Gwen Knapp Kenes Rakhishev Roy M. Speer Foundation Joe Timko Laura & Jesse Turley Paul Yates As of 31 October 2015


$5,000 – $9,999 USD Anonymous Lex Baugh Leroy Breinholt Joel Conner Avik Dey Ting Gao Shaun & Mary Kelly John & Dave Lacey Berny Martinez Mike & Susan Moore Sharon Orlopp Muzaffar Rahmatulloev Alvin & Elizabeth Rohrs Jack Sinclair Stiles-Nicholson Foundation Karen Stuckey Samuel Thomasson Andrew S. Weinberg Zeller Family Foundation $2,500 – $4,999 USD Murat Akhmetov Caroline & Mark Barham Tarak Bouchamaoui

Bill Buckner Guy Burry McCreath Family Keith & Regina Province Ted Rich Alex Shalaby Arman Yerzhanov $1,000 – $2,499 USD Gulbanu Akbalayeva Nicole Almond Rebecca Aylward David Blumenthal Dean Blumenthal Abduaziz Bobojonov Jerad Boyd Paul Charles Rodrigo Cordón Tom Corley Melisa & JF Denis Tanya Domier Mike Duke Tony Dunning Chuck Fehlig Walt Gallagher Jesse Garcia

Rob Gehring Rachel Gervin Dick Hynes Hamish Knox Mukaddas Kodirova Khurshed Koriboboev Willy Kruh Rodney Larmand Mark Laurie Marc Lieberman Scott McCall Kevin Malchoff Bernard J. Milano Chris Mills Thomas O. & Mary A. Minner Tom & Mary Lynn Moser Susan Murray Chris & Leslie Neugent Jim Norred Seong Ohm Jose Carlos Paiz Rob Paterson Donna & Don Patterson Cristian Pemueller Alex Perwich Dolly Plaster-Clement Stephen Plaster

Amy Carr-Plaster Margaret & Daniel Ranzman Nancy Reagan Bob Sartor Gary & Juanita Severson Vijay & Jill Shankar Greg & Amy Smith Neil Spivack Yvonne Thevenot Tim & Yvonne Toll Ralph Tuller Azamat Utenov David & Kim Vielehr Mark Wels Steven Williams

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FINANCIAL

RESULTS

ENACTUS WORLDWIDE REVENUE

13,590,132

DEVELOPMENT

13% MANAGEMENT & GENERAL

5%

ORGANIZATIONAL EFFICIENCY

PROGRAM SERVICES

82%


CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF FINANCIAL POSITION 31 August 2015 and 2014

ASSETS 2015 2014 Cash and cash equivalents 786,345 676,630 Accrued interest and other receivables 16,486 6,688 Prepaid supplies 14,000 28,000 Prepaid expenses 234,909 831,257 Investments 2,900,430 3,307,907 Contributions receivable, net of allowance 2015–$50,000, 2014–$50,000 2,482,493 2,886,541 Property and equipment, net 6,598,306 6,937,608 Other 95,675 95,410

LIABILITIES 2015 2014 Line of credit 1,389,365 2,000,000 Accounts payable 209,248 338,618 Accrued expenses 276,709 300,354 Accrued incentive salaries 50,715 31,515 Long-term debt 197,623 267,946

Total assets

Total net assets 11,004,984 11,831,608 Total liabilities & net assets 13,128,644 14,770,041

13,128,644

14,770,041

Total liabilities 2,123,660 2,938,433 NET ASSETS Unrestricted 5,518,830 6,239,037 Temporarily restricted 3,864,951 3,971,368 Permanently restricted 1,621,203 1,621,203

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ACTIVITIES Year Ended 31 August 2015

UNRESTRICTED TEMPORARILY PERMANENTLY TOTAL RESTRICTED RESTRICTED REVENUE, GAINS AND OTHER SUPPORT Contributions 6,378,912 6,971,953 ­— 13,350,865 In-kind contributions 186,050 ­— ­— 186,050 Investment return 265 9,572 ­— 9,837 Other 43,380 ­— ­— 43,380 Net assets released from restrictions 7,046,281 (7,046,281) ­— ­— Total revenue, gains and other support 13,654,888 (64,756) — 13,590,132 EXPENSES AND LOSSES Program services 11,865,606 ­— ­— 11,865,606 Management and general 670,474 ­— ­— 670,474 Fundraising 1,825,944 ­— ­— 1,825,944 Provision for uncollectible contributions - 41,661 ­— 41,661 Total expenses and losses 14,362,024 41,661 — Loss on disposal of property and equipment 13,071 ­— ­— Change in Net Assets (720,207) (106,417) Net Assets, Beginning of Year 6,239,037 3,971,368 1,621,203 Net Assets, End of Year 5,518,830 3,864,951 1,621,203

14,403,685

13,071 (826,624) 11,831,608 11,004,984


ACTIVITIES Year Ended 31 August 2014

UNRESTRICTED TEMPORARILY PERMANENTLY TOTAL RESTRICTED RESTRICTED REVENUE, GAINS AND OTHER SUPPORT Contributions 4,586,026 7,038,465 ­— 11,624,491 In-kind contributions 780,786 ­— ­— 780,786 Investment return 14,216 393,653 ­— 407,869 Other 74,989 ­— ­— 74,989 Net assets released from restrictions 8,832,549 (8,832,549) ­ — ­ — Total revenue, gains and other support 14,288,566 (1,400,431) — 12,888,135 EXPENSES AND LOSSES Program services 12,598,910 ­— ­— 12,598,910 Management and general 591,499 ­— ­— 591,499 Fundraising 1,641,871 ­— ­— 1,641,871 Provision for uncollectible contributions ­— 199,772 ­— 199,772 Total expenses and losses 14,832,280 199,772 — Loss on disposal of property and equipment 4,671 ­— ­— Change in Net Assets (548,385) (1,600,203) Net Assets, Beginning of Year 6,787,422 5,571,571 1,621,203 Net Assets, End of Year 6,239,037 3,971,368 1,621,203

15,032,052

4,671 (2,148,588) 13,980,196 11,831,608

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ENACTUS WORLDWIDE

BOARD OF DIRECTORS Kees Kruythoff Chairman, Enactus President, Unilever NA Unilever J.P. Bilbrey Immediate Past Chairman of the Board, Enactus President & CEO The Hershey Company Mike Moore Vice Chairman, Enactus EVP Supercenters Walmart U.S. Walmart Stores, Inc. Shaun Kelly Global Chief Operating Officer KPMG International

Alvin Rohrs President & CEO Enactus Alexander Baugh Head of Global Casualty AIG Property & Casualty Cameron Breitner Partner CVC Capital Partners William Buckner Retired Senior Vice President Cargill, Inc. Joel Conner Chairman & CEO Bellisio Foods

Andrew Cranston Member of Management Board, Chief Operating Officer KPMG NV, Netherlands Tanya Domier Chief Executive Officer Advantage Solutions Tom Gorman Chief Executive Officer Brambles Julie Hamilton Chief Customer & Commercial Leadership Officer The Coca-Cola Company

Dan Hanrahan President & CEO Regis Corporation Ravi Kant Former Vice Chairman Tata Motors Ltd. Peter Layton Principal Blackthorne Capital Management Kevin Malchoff Executive Vice President, Global Business Development Rich Products Corporation Steve Schuckenbrock Chief Executive Officer CROSSMARK

Michael Senackerib Senior Vice President & Chief Strategy Officer Campbell Soup Company Alex Shalaby Chairman Mobinil James Vella President of the Ford Motor Company Fund Ford Motor Company Zev Weiss Chief Executive Officer American Greetings Corporation As of 31 October 2015 ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 51


HOW WE WORK Every Enactus program follows the same five-step approach. This ensures that no matter where in the world our students take entrepreneurial action, they receive a quality life experience and achieve sustainable impact.

Competition Excellence At national and world events, teams collaborate, drive innovation, prove impact and connect with world business leaders.

Entrepreneurial Action Students deploy business innovation that creates social impact.


Program Establishment We support student recruitment and engagement of university staff, business advisors and team leaders on more than 1,700 campuses in 36 countries.

THE ENACTUS

360째

Team Development Through robust training, insight sharing and leadership events, we build capacity to maximize our student and global impact.

OF STUDENT SUPPORT. Collaborative Guidance Teams participate in needs assessment and data collection for local and international community impact projects.

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INVESTING IN

ENACTUS Investing in Enactus plays an essential role in advancing entrepreneurial action and shared innovation that transforms lives and creates a better future.

Collaborate with World Leaders and Innovators Enactus forums provide opportunity to network outside of traditional business settings for a greater purpose. Organized at national and international levels, these events will motivate personal change and drive new ideas.

Engage Associates and Colleagues Enactus is a unique platform for executive team building, deeper employee engagement and meaningful mentorships. Our programs provide compelling interoffice and social media content as well as productive off-site ideation destinations.


Advance Success in Social Responsibility and Impact The Enactus program drives high impact and sustainable change through a commitment to entrepreneurial action, especially in areas of women’s economic empowerment, food, energy and water security and entrepreneurship.

Shape New Leaders and Top Talent When you support an Enactus student, it changes the world for good. The Enactus values of integrity, innovation, collaboration and passion become values for life. With a head for business and a heart for the world, Enactus alumni carry their experiences into their professional careers.

Align Brand Strategy and Customer Loyalty Supporting Enactus provides significant recognition and loyalty within an extensive network of student, business and academic leaders. Brands align with us to gain a powerful share of voice and positive impact.

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AUSTRALIA EST. 2000

Board Chair

MARK SMITH Chairman, Patties Foods Ltd. JUDY HOWARD CEO, Enactus Australia enactusaustralia.org.au facebook.com/enactusau twitter.com/enactus_au


UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND

When the Enactus team from the University of New England struggled to help indigenous families open bank accounts because they didn’t have proper identification, they realized they had an opportunity to make a real difference. They developed a streamlined birth certificate application process and partnered with a family referral service to host access days, where community members in need could come in and student volunteers would walk them and their family through the process. In total, 10 students have invested over 2,000 hours to significantly improve the lives of over 1,700 people in many ways that includes the ability to secure new and better jobs thanks to having effective identification. Through entrepreneurial action, this project helps advance these key UN Sustainable Development Goals:

AUSTRALIA

THE MINIMBAH PROJECT

16

TEAMS

504

STUDENTS

44

PROJECTS

12,504

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED

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AZERBAIJAN EST. 2005

Board Chair

INTIGAM BABAYEV Deputy Minister, Ministry of Youth & Sport of the Republic of Azerbaijan KAMALA MAMMADOVA Country Leader, Enactus Azerbaijan facebook.com/enactus.azerbaijan twitter.com/enactusaz


AZERBAIJAN STATE AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY Realizing the potential of discarded materials to have a second life, the team from Azerbaijan State Agricultural University saw a sustainable business opportunity to upcycle old denim. Not only did this new initiative divert material that otherwise would have ended up in a landfill, they worked with local shoemakers to use the fabric to make shoes. The team launched a campaign to encourage community members to bring in old denim: for every three pairs of jeans contributed, they would receive one pair of shoes. Since two pairs of shoes can be made from one pair of jeans, this provided the shoemakers with material at no cost, allowing them to increase profits while reducing expenses. In addition, since these types of shoes have been imported in the past, they can now be purchased at one fifth the cost, a direct savings to consumers. Through entrepreneurial action, this project helps advance these key UN Sustainable Development Goals:

AZERBAIJAN

OLD TO NEW

10

TEAMS

954

STUDENTS

15

PROJECTS

2,302

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED

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BRAZIL EST. 1998

Board Chair

RUBENS PASSOS President, Tilibra KLEBER DE PAULO President, Enactus Brazil facebook.com/enactus.brasil twitter.com/enactusbrazil


INSPER

In partnership with the 2013 Enactus World Cup Champion team from Germany, the Enactus team from Insper in Brazil collaborated to adapt a successful business model to their market. The new eyeglass production company provides meaningful employment for people who would otherwise be challenged to find work, such as homeless individuals or recently released prisoners. The beauty of the initiative is that not only do these individuals gain a steady income source but they are manufacturing low-cost, quality prescription eyeglasses, a product that is desperately needed by low-income individuals with vision impairment. To date, 1,500 people have benefited from this project, with plans in place to reach over 7,000 by early 2016. Through entrepreneurial action, this project helps advance these key UN Sustainable Development Goals:

BRAZIL

RENOVATIO—VERBEM

73

TEAMS

1,439

STUDENTS

84

PROJECTS

9,744

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED

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CANADA EST. 2000

Board Chair

IAN AITKEN Director, The John Dobson Foundation NICOLE ALMOND President, Enactus Canada enactus.ca facebook.com/enactuscanada twitter.com/enactus_canada


UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA When the Enactus team from the University of Ottawa discovered that 4.2 trillion cigarette butts pollute our ecosystem each year, they developed a pick up and recycling service to clean up the streets. They partnered with a local non-profit whose clients with mental illness find meaningful employment through the business. Since it started, CigBins has diverted over 183,000 cigarette butts off city streets and generated $129,000 CAD in revenue with a scalable business model.

Through entrepreneurial action, this project helps advance these key UN Sustainable Development Goals:

CANADA

CIGBINS

67

TEAMS

2,566 STUDENTS

288

PROJECTS

36,580

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED

enactus.org/globalgoals ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 63


CHINA EST. 2002

Board Chair

NOR COQUILLARD Chairman JANET SHANBERGE President, Enactus China enactuschina.cn wechat: Enactus weibo.com/enactus


JINAN UNIVERSITY

With the goal of addressing food waste and soil deterioration, the Enactus team at Jinan University set up an earthworm composting initiative with a local farm that not only diverted food waste from landfills to create organic fertilizer but also added needed nutrients back to the soil stripped from years of pesticide use. The team connected farm owners, biological manufacturers and a local government bureau to work together to turn kitchen waste into organic fertilizer through the energy-saving process of earthworm composting technology. As a result, the team helped farm owners increase their income while developing a scalable model for successful agricultural recycling. Through entrepreneurial action, this project helps advance these key UN Sustainable Development Goals:

239

CHINA

GREEN CONVERSION

TEAMS

14,533 STUDENTS

929

PROJECTS

478,424

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED

enactus.org/globalgoals ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 65


EGYPT EST. 2004

Board Chair

ISKANDER SHALABY Former Chairman, Mobinil FATMA SIRRY President & CEO, Enactus Egypt enactusegypt.org facebook.com/enactus.egypt


CAIRO UNIVERSITY

To help the growing population of Syrian and Sudanese refugees in Egypt, the Enactus team from Cairo University developed a program to match refugees with cooking and handicraft skills with existing entrepreneurs who own established businesses. This partnership gave the refugees a chance to earn an income while making meaningful connections in society. The team also developed training to teach them basic business, marketing and finance skills. In total, the team directly impacted 39 people, and created three new businesses and seven new jobs with a scalable new business model. Through entrepreneurial action, this project helps advance these key UN Sustainable Development Goals:

EGYPT

REFUGEES PROGRAM

40

TEAMS

4,236 STUDENTS

86

PROJECTS

29,638

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED

enactus.org/globalgoals ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 67


FRANCE EST. 2002

Board Chair

BERNARD BAZILLON Senior Partner, KPMG France AYMERIC MARMORAT Executive Director, Enactus France enactus.fr facebook.com/enactus.france twitter.com/enactusfrance


NEOMA BUSINESS SCHOOL – CAMPUS REIMS The Enactus team from NEOMA Business School - Campus Reims never imagined they’d get in the fashion business, but all that changed when they met an individual named Amedi. A paraplegic himself, he understood the challenges posed by conventional clothing to both individuals with physical disabilities and their caregivers. He had an idea of designing and producing fashionable, comfortable and elegant clothes for disabled individuals of all ages, but lacked the skills needed to do so. The team worked with Amedi to develop a coherent business plan, raise funds, find local production support and launch their online business. In its first year alone, Insolite Fashion Company resulted in three new job opportunities and a new model for future growth. Through entrepreneurial action, this project helps advance these key UN Sustainable Development Goals:

FRANCE

INSOLITE FASHION

47

TEAMS

1,280

STUDENTS

107

PROJECTS

4,925

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED

enactus.org/globalgoals ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 69


GERMANY EST. 2003

Board Chair

KLAUS-PETER MEIER CEO, Freudenberg Home & Cleaning Solutions WOLFGANG HUERTH CEO, Enactus Germany enactus.de facebook.com/enactusgermany twitter.com/enactus_germany


UNIVERITY OF MANNHEIM To improve health care in rural Togo, the Enactus team from the University of Mannheim installed solar panels at 15 local health stations, eliminating the need for toxic kerosene lamps, increasing the amount of time the stations can operate and effectively turning the stations into successful businesses. In addition, they taught the staff marketing skills and strategies to sell charge loads for mobile phones. The impact of this is two-fold: it provides the stations with much needed income while also creating an opportunity for villagers to interact with hospital staff, building trust in Western medicine practices. Treatments have doubled since the beginning of the project to more than 3,640 per month. Through entrepreneurial action, this project helps advance these key UN Sustainable Development Goals:

GERMANY

SUNTÉ

28

TEAMS

1,172

STUDENTS

67

PROJECTS

1,970

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED

enactus.org/globalgoals ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 71


GHANA EST. 2000

Board Chair

AMANOR DODOO Senior Partner, KPMG Ghana BABA SAYUTI Country Leader, Enactus Ghana enactusgh.org facebook.com/enactusghana twitter.com/enactusghana


TAMALE POLYTECHNIC

After learning that children from poverty stricken families in the northern region of their country were being forced to work instead of benefiting from a formal education, the Enactus team from Tamale Polytechnic put a plan together to change this. They leveraged the support and expertise of their Business Advisory Board and Faculty Advisor, formed partnerships with local organizations that could help with curriculum and resources, secured volunteer teachers and schooled parents on the importance of education. After months of hard work, the team’s partnership launched a new school, welcoming 90 children in the inaugural class. Through entrepreneurial action, this project helps advance these key UN Sustainable Development Goals:

GHANA

EDUCATION FOR LIFE

14

TEAMS

485

STUDENTS

23

PROJECTS

1,446

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED

enactus.org/globalgoals ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 73


GUATEMALA EST. 2004

Board Chair

SILVIA PENADOS CEO, Soluci贸n Web Guatemala EVELYN JUAREZ Country Leader, Enactus Guatemala enactusguatemala.org.gt facebook.com/enactusguate twitter.com/enactusgt


UNIVERSITY OF THE VALLEY OF GAUTEMALA, SOUTH CAMPUS In their Smart Farming project, the Enactus team from the University of the Valley of Guatemala, South Campus took advantage of the country’s robust agricultural strength to provide an income earning opportunity for the 60% of women country-wide who don’t have steady employment. They worked with 16 women to develop new product lines from current agricultural processes, including clay products, flowers and creative textiles. The resulting company generated over $9,000 USD in revenue last year, and is on track to almost double by the end of 2015. Through entrepreneurial action, this project helps advance these key UN Sustainable Development Goals:

GUATEMALA

SMART FARMING

9

TEAMS

375

STUDENTS

22

PROJECTS

14,688

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED

enactus.org/globalgoals ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 75


INDIA EST. 2003

Board Chair

RICHARD REKHY CEO, KPMG in India FARHAN PETTIWALA President, Enactus India enactusindia.org facebook.com/enactusindia twitter.com/enactusindia


INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, DELHI The Enactus team from the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi saw an opportunity to help women and children live healthier lives by raising awareness of the dangers of indoor wood fired stoves and offering smokeless stoves as an alternative. After researching the best course of action and forming partnerships with key organizations, they empowered women in Bhatti to become entrepreneurs by teaching them to manufacture and sell the stoves. The results are impressive: not only has the team directly impacted 944 people but the project has created nine new businesses, 32 jobs, reduced CO2 emissions, and saved families across the region from the risk of debilitating and potentially fatal diseases. Through entrepreneurial action, this project helps advance these key UN Sustainable Development Goals:

INDIA

AANCH

98

TEAMS

3,042 STUDENTS

122

PROJECTS

19,333

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED

enactus.org/globalgoals ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 77


IRELAND EST. 2012

Board Chair

TERENCE O’ROURKE Retired Managing Partner, KPMG Ireland LAURA DENNEHY Country Leader, Enactus Ireland enactusireland.org facebook.com/enactusireland twitter.com/enactusireland


MAYNOOTH UNIVERSITY

When a teammate with a physical disability shared some of the challenges he faces, the Enactus team from Maynooth University saw an opportunity to help. Leveraging the expertise of national organizations and coordinating an advisory group of disabled individuals, the team developed a website and mobile app that provides users with accessibility information on specific businesses and other locations worldwide using a rating system. Since its launch, the site has received over 3,500 unique hits and the team continues to work to improve the platform. Through entrepreneurial action, this project helps advance these key UN Sustainable Development Goals:

IRELAND

ACCESS EARTH

8

TEAMS

238

STUDENTS

22

PROJECTS

6,723

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED

enactus.org/globalgoals ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 79


JAPAN EST. 2004

Board Chair

DAIYA MIYAZATO Board Member, Mirai Fund Okinawa DAIYA MIYAZATO Country Leader, Enactus Japan enactus.jp facebook.com/enactusjapan twitter.com/enactusjapan


UNIVERSITY OF THE RYUKYUS

The Enactus team at the University of the Ryukyus decided to tackle an important topic this year: peace. The team is located in Okinawa, the site of a major battle during World War II. Many schools plan trips for students and teachers to visit the site and learn about an important period in the country’s history, but the teachers aren’t always well prepared to maximize the experience due to resource issues. The team stepped in and developed a program that teachers could access to expand the experience for students, allowing them to not only learn the history but also explore ideas on how to create a more peaceful world. Through entrepreneurial action, this project helps advance these key UN Sustainable Development Goals:

JAPAN

PEACE DISCUSSION PROGRAM

16

TEAMS

198

STUDENTS

19

PROJECTS

124

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED

enactus.org/globalgoals ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 81


KAZAKHSTAN EST. 1995

Board Chair

RAIMBEK BATALOV Chairman of the Board, Raimbek Batalov ALBINA YERZHANOVA Country Leader, Enactus Kazakhstan enactus.kz facebook.com/enactuskaz twitter.com/enactus_kaz


KAZGUU UNIVERSITY

After seeing the passion a group of elderly women had for knitting, the Enactus team from KazGUU University saw an opportunity to provide them with a stable income while doing something they love. The team developed a business plan for the seven women and helped them create a website for promoting and selling their products. They also developed partnerships with local shopping centers to help with distribution. After the first year, the business earned more than 285,000 tenge in revenue and has groups active in several cities across the country. Through entrepreneurial action, this project helps advance these key UN Sustainable Development Goals:

KAZAKHSTAN

THE WARMTH OF THE HEART

31

TEAMS

692

STUDENTS

81

PROJECTS

1,523

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED

enactus.org/globalgoals ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 83


KENYA EST. 2003

Board Chair

FLORENCE SUJI Team Leader, Toyota Kenya Academy JAMES SHIKWATI Country Director, Enactus Kenya facebook.com/ enactus-kenya-273919689328488 twitter.com/enactuskenya


AFRICA NAZARENE UNIVERSITY After noticing how often they coached small business owners on sound bookkeeping and accounting practices, the Enactus team from Africa Nazarene University decided to leverage their team’s technology background to design a web and mobile based point of sale system. After consulting with their School of Business and a local accounting firm, the team launched the service to small and medium sized enterprises with great success. Companies who use the program can easily track sales and inventory, as well as pull useful reports to evaluate the business and secure funding. In the nine months since they launched the service, their client base has grown to 18, earning nearly $500 USD in revenue. Through entrepreneurial action, this project helps advance these key UN Sustainable Development Goals:

KENYA

OLUSSO

17

TEAMS

1,423

STUDENTS

30

PROJECTS

3,411

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED

enactus.org/globalgoals ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 85


KOREA EST. 2004

Board Chair

KEN YUN Group Chairman, Pine Street Group STEVE HONG CEO, Enactus Korea enactuskorea.org facebook.com/enactuskoreapage


SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY The Enactus team from Seoul National University discovered that blind masseurs, despite having formal training, were being denied legitimate employment opportunities. The team saw an opportunity to take action and developed a business plan to open a cooperative that would be run and staffed by the blind masseurs, giving them the opportunity to become business owners while realizing their career dreams. The team launched a successful fundraising campaign to secure the capital needed to open the facility, and contracted the services of a cooperative consulting group to help with management. In total, 14 new jobs were created and the center has earned 340 million Korean Won with plans in the works to open a second facility. Through entrepreneurial action, this project helps advance these key UN Sustainable Development Goals:

KOREA

SON.GIL

29

TEAMS

864

STUDENTS

56

PROJECTS

3,172

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED

enactus.org/globalgoals ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 87


KYRGYZSTAN EST. 1995

Board Chair

ARSLAN KENENBAEV CEO, BNC Finance GULBARCHIN SUIUNOVA Country Leader, Enactus Kyrgyzstan facebook.com/enactuskyrgyzstan twitter.com/enactuskg


KYRGYZ STATE ACADEMY OF LAW To help prisoners successfully reintegrate into society, students at Kyrgyz State Academy of Law developed a program to address common economic and social issues. They worked with prisoners while incarcerated to develop and sell handmade goods, giving them confidence and an opportunity to support their families. Upon their release, the team taught them core life skills such as financial literacy, and coordinated sessions with psychologists to help the prisoners address issues associated with reintegrating into society. The team also formed partnerships with a number of construction companies that provided employment opportunities for the beneficiaries. To date, the project has impacted 1,041 prisoners and the team has a detailed plan in place to grow it even further. Through entrepreneurial action, this project helps advance these key UN Sustainable Development Goals:

KYRGYZSTAN

FREE LIFE

21

TEAMS

531

STUDENTS

35

PROJECTS

3,687

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED

enactus.org/globalgoals ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 89


MALAYSIA EST. 2000

Board Chair

TENGKU DATO’ SRI ZAFRUL AZIZ Group CEO, CIMB Group ZUL SAADON Chief Executive Officer, Enactus Malaysia enactusmalaysia.org.my facebook.com/enactusmalaysia twitter.com/enactusmalaysia


TENAGA NATIONAL UNIVERSITY – KSHAS On remote Tioman Island, the time-honored tradition of fishing can force families into poverty at the whim of the weather and other factors. With the goal of providing fishermen with an alternate income source, the Enactus team from Tenaga National University – KSHAS in Malaysia helped villagers set up a beekeeping business. Now in its third year, 108 villagers in six different villages have become beekeepers, producing their own brand of honey and other honey-based products. As their customer base continues to grow, beekeepers have seen their average monthly income increase by 35%. Through entrepreneurial action, this project helps advance these key UN Sustainable Development Goals:

MALAYSIA

TRIPOLIS

24

TEAMS

2,273

STUDENTS

46

PROJECTS

4,699

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED

enactus.org/globalgoals ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 91


MEXICO EST. 1997

Board Chair

JUAN SERVITJE Latin America President, Productos Rich JESUS ESPARZA President, Enactus Mexico enactusmexico.org facebook.com/enactusmexico twitter.com/enactusmexico


TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY OF THE MIXTECA The Technological University of the Mixteca Enactus team’s flagship project focuses on the structural development of the Mixteca region of the state of Oaxaca in southern Mexico, one of the poorest and most marginalized areas in all of Latin America. The long-running initiative is directed at these targets this year: the holistic development of children aged five to 15 to improve the overall level of education in the region, and agricultural developments to increase the productivity and profitability of local orchards and gardens through new composting techniques. Their work has impacted 1,142 people, creating five new jobs and increasing individual income by an average of $137 USD. Through entrepreneurial action, this project helps advance these key UN Sustainable Development Goals:

MEXICO

ÑU´U-SAÁ

72

TEAMS

1,844

STUDENTS

98

PROJECTS

1,937

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED

enactus.org/globalgoals ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 93


MOROCCO EST. 2004

Board Chair

MAJID EL GHAIB Chairman & CEO, OMEGA Holding ADNANE ADDIOUI Country Leader, Enactus Morocco enactus-morocco.org facebook.com/enactusmorocco twitter.com/enactusmorocco


MOHAMMEDIA SCHOOL OF ENGINEERS With the goal of ensuring a healthy living environment, the Enactus team from Mohammedia School of Engineers developed two innovative technologies to provide clean and sustainable energy sources. The first is Boron, ecologically friendly briquettes made out of recycled materials; the second is Kanoun, a cooking stove that ensures total combustion and better aeration. By replacing traditional materials, the project has saved 60 tons of wood and 170 tons of carbon. Over 150 units of Kanoun have been sold, resulting in 6 new businesses with a 110% increase in monthly revenues. Through entrepreneurial action, this project helps advance these key UN Sustainable Development Goals:

MOROCCO

BREATHE

64

TEAMS

2,387 STUDENTS

102

PROJECTS

2,853

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED

enactus.org/globalgoals ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 95


NETHERLANDS EST. 2002

Board Chair

CHRIS HEUTINK CEO, Randstad Holding N.V. MARIJE ADRIAANSENS Country Leader, Enactus Netherlands enactus.nl facebook.com/enactusnetherlands twitter.com/enactusnl


UTRECHT UNIVERSITY

In order to educate and empower the elderly to safely use technology, the Enactus team from Utrecht University developed Klikstart, a training program with the overall goal of addressing the growing digital generation gap. After developing the curriculum that covers topics from basic computer use to the dangers of cybercrime, they connected with a number of senior homes and formed a partnership with Rabobank Utrecht, which provides the computers and laptops for the training. The team also engaged 13 interns from a local vocational school to help with the training. After this first year, the team directly impacted 34 seniors, helping them safely use technology in their daily life and giving them a deeper connection to society. Through entrepreneurial action, this project helps advance these key UN Sustainable Development Goals:

NETHERLANDS

KLIKSTART

14

TEAMS

472

STUDENTS

49

PROJECTS

538

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED

enactus.org/globalgoals ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 97


NIGERIA EST. 2000

Board Chair

BERNADINE OKEKE Executive Director, Cardinal Developers and Trust Limited MICHAEL AJAYI Country Leader, Enactus Nigeria facebook.com/enactusnigeria twitter.com/enactus_nigeria


KADUNA POLYTECHNIC

Recognizing the importance of clean water to a community’s health and economic success, the Enactus team from Kaduna Polytechnic developed a three-phase initiative to empower communities with sustainable solutions. After launching an education campaign on the dangers of contaminated water and simple purification techniques, they partnered with a drilling company who not only drilled wells but taught young people how to do it themselves. They also designed a simple irrigation system for farmers to use to improve agricultural results. After one year of the project, the team has improved the livelihoods of over 3,000 people and created 20 new jobs. Through entrepreneurial action, this project helps advance these key UN Sustainable Development Goals:

NIGERIA

WATER DRIVE

37

TEAMS

1,938

STUDENTS

61

PROJECTS

26,928

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED

enactus.org/globalgoals ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 99


PHILIPPINES EST. 2000

Board Chair

JOSE P. LEVISTE, JR. Chairman, OceanaGold (Philippines), Inc. JOSE P. LEVISTE, JR. Country Leader, Philippines enactusphl.org facebook.com/enactusph twitter.com/enactuspinoy


UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES – VISAYAS

After learning about the challenges faced by former members of an armed revolutionary movement as they worked to set up a farming association, the Enactus team at the University of the Philippines – Visayas formed partnerships with government agencies and private enterprise to develop a comprehensive business training program. In addressing topics such as basic business skills, packaging and marketing, they empowered the farmers to run a more successful association, increasing revenues as well as their confidence in their abilities. The team also worked to improve negative public perception of the farmers by engaging them in trade activities and university events, and sharing their commitment to making a positive impact by providing chemical-free produce. Through entrepreneurial action, this project helps advance these key UN Sustainable Development Goals:

PHILIPPINES

PROJECT ARMS TO FARMS

37

TEAMS

1,177

STUDENTS

52

PROJECTS

5,278

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED

enactus.org/globalgoals ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 101


POLAND EST. 1996

Board Chair

PIOTR WIELGOMAS President of the Board, BIGRAM PAULINA MAZUR Country Leader, Enactus Poland enactus.pl facebook.com/enactuspoland


WARSAW UNIVERSITY OF LIFE SCIENCES Aphasia is a communication disorder resulting from a stroke or other brain injury. The Enactus team from Warsaw University of Life Sciences saw an opportunity to leverage their technology background to develop tools that empower Aphatics to communicate. After conducting an initial needs assessment, they developed a publishing application that serves as an intuitive online diary, allowing Aphatics to communicate thoughts and feelings. This mobile storytelling app, one of the first of its kind in the world, was professionally tested using a three step process by 10 patients. After positive results and feedback, the app was published on Google Play and downloaded more than 100 times in its first week. They also built an online database that collected different Aphasia resources targeted to family members and caregivers. In the first year, the team directly impacted 55 people and indirectly helped 200 more. Through entrepreneurial action, this project helps advance these key UN Sustainable Development Goals:

POLAND

APHASIA

13

TEAMS

297

STUDENTS

24

PROJECTS

4,504

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED

enactus.org/globalgoals ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 103


PUERTO RICO EST. 2004

Board Chair

NIVIA SANTIAGO Regional Vice President, Walgreens Co. LOLA YGLESIAS Executive Director, Enactus Puerto Rico facebook.com/enactuspuertorico twitter.com/enactuspr


UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO – BAYAMÓN To address poor living conditions in the Dominican Republic, Enactus students at the University of Puerto Rico – Bayamón developed an affordable housing project using plastic bottles as the primary building material. After completing an initial needs assessment and consulting with an engineer and a contractor, they launched a fundraising campaign to secure the funds needed to buy a piece of land for the housing development. Working in partnership with the community and other organizations, the team directly impacted 557 individuals and reduced carbon impact by 33 tons with the construction of 70 bottle houses and a community center to foster technical and entrepreneurial skills. Through entrepreneurial action, this project helps advance these key UN Sustainable Development Goals:

15

TEAMS

PUERTO RICO

BOTTLE OF HOPE

423

STUDENTS

34

PROJECTS

17,948

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED

enactus.org/globalgoals ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 105


RUSSIA EST. 1998

Board Chair

IVAN SIDOROK Member of the Board of Directors, NMGK Group of Companies SERGEY RAVICHEV President, Enactus Russia enactus-rus.ru facebook.com/enactusrussia twitter.com/enactusrussia


MOSCOW INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS AND TECHNOLOGY After calculating how much paper is thrown out on their campus each day, Enactus students from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology saw an opportunity to leverage their technology education to innovate waste collection processes in their hometown. The team developed new technologies to improve recycling efficiency, resulting in a reduction in time and expense. In particular, by blending their business and technology savvy, they developed a new container system for collecting plastic bottles that can be emptied five times faster than previous models. The containers also have a detector that indicates fullness and allows for remote tracking, in addition to a bottle puncture to reduce the volume of plastic waste. In total, the team installed 13 containers throughout their city, giving over 10,000 families access to plastic recycling. Through entrepreneurial action, this project helps advance these key UN Sustainable Development Goals:

RUSSIA

BOTTLE BATTLE

93

TEAMS

1,506

STUDENTS

188

PROJECTS

66,524

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED

enactus.org/globalgoals ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 107


SENEGAL EST. 2005

Board Chair

NDIAGA SARR Directeur Associe, KPMG Senegal LATIF MBENGUE Country Director, Enactus Senegal facebook.com/enactussen


ENSUP AFRICA

After learning about the challenging living conditions in rural Tambacounda, the Enactus team from Ensup Africa traveled to the area where they trained a group of 900 women to harvest and sell Moringa oleifera, a natural resource that lowers blood pressure and blood sugar, and has recently been commercialized in parts of Senegal. By marketing and selling the product, average monthly incomes have increased from $115 to $330 USD, directly impacting the quality of life of families in 15 villages.

Through entrepreneurial action, this project helps advance these key UN Sustainable Development Goals:

SENEGAL

NEVER DIE

7

TEAMS

280

STUDENTS

12

PROJECTS

2,659

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED

enactus.org/globalgoals ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 109


SINGAPORE EST. 2003

Board Chair

GERARD CHAI Managing Director, Singapore, Korn Ferry MAMIE CHEONG CEO, Enactus Singapore enactussingapore.org facebook.com/enactussingapore


NANYANG TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY To build awareness of the abilities of the visually impaired in their country, the Enactus team from Nanyang Technological University developed Glow in the Dark, a training company providing enrichment workshops to impart life skills to youth in Singapore. These workshops are conducted solely by the visually impaired, providing them with a meaningful employment opportunity. At the same time, students learn critical skill sets such as empathy and managing adversity, while building their understanding of people with this physical disability. This year, the team trained 11 individuals who have reached 145 students at five local schools. Through entrepreneurial action, this project helps advance these key UN Sustainable Development Goals:

SINGAPORE

GLOW IN THE DARK

6

TEAMS

208

STUDENTS

18

PROJECTS

284

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED

enactus.org/globalgoals ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 111


SOUTH AFRICA EST. 2001

Board Chair

YUNUS SULEMAN Executive Chairman, Sulfam Holdings (Pty) Ltd Former Chairman, KPMG SA LETITIA DE WET CEO, Enactus South Africa enactusza.org facebook.com/enactusza twitter.com/enactusza


UNIVERSITY OF ZULULAND To help protect endangered marine species while providing employment in a rural community, the Enactus team from the University of Zululand developed their Maritime project. The team worked with Sofoco Fish Farm, a small-scale business focused on breeding and harvesting freshwater fish for wholesale commercial purposes, and helped them develop and expand their operations. In addition to launching an education campaign about illegal fishing practices, the team secured funds and proper permits to upgrade their operations and leveraged university resources to provide training to new workers. The team worked directly with 32 individuals, creating two new businesses and seven new jobs. Through entrepreneurial action, this project helps advance these key UN Sustainable Development Goals:

SOUTH AFRICA

MARITIME

26

TEAMS

3,328 STUDENTS

108

PROJECTS

6,211

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED

enactus.org/globalgoals ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 113


SWAZILAND EST. 2002

Board Chair

MANQOBA KHUMALO Managing Director, Coca-Cola Swaziland BONGANI LANGA Country Director, Enactus Swaziland facebook.com/enactusswaziland


GWAMILE VOCATIONAL AND COMMERCIAL TRAINING INSTITUTE To create jobs for unemployed youth and responsibly put waste materials to good use, the Enactus team from Gwamile Vocational and Commercial Training Institute started a furniture manufacturing company. Their first product is rolling office chairs, which they make by refurbishing discarded steel drums and other materials, including plastic bags, for seat padding. The team engaged a group of their school’s alumni in the business and trained them on making the chairs as well as offering business and marketing coaching. After creating 12 jobs, the team is planning to expand the company’s product offering by adding stationary chairs, benches and barbecue stands. Through entrepreneurial action, this project helps advance these key UN Sustainable Development Goals:

SWAZILAND

FURNI-DRUM

5

TEAMS

151

STUDENTS

9

PROJECTS

5,505

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED

enactus.org/globalgoals ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 115


TAJIKISTAN EST. 1995

Board Chair

MAKSUD ZIYOBOEV Director, JSC Zinnat MUZAFFAR RAHMATULLOEV Interim Country Leader, Enactus Tajikistan


KHUJAND STATE UNIVERSITY Enactus students at Khujand State University developed the Ray of Light project, an ongoing initiative that focuses on the safe demercurization of lamps while creating new employment opportunities in the Sogd region. With the support of the regional Ecology Department, public safety events, attended by nearly 24,000 people, were held to teach people about the environmental impact of mercury lightbulbs. Specialized training was also offered, creating 11 new jobs for previously unemployed individuals. In total, over 62,000 bulbs have been repaired. Through entrepreneurial action, this project helps advance these key UN Sustainable Development Goals:

TAJIKISTAN

RAY OF LIGHT

4

TEAMS

91

STUDENTS

4

PROJECTS

112

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED

enactus.org/globalgoals ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 117


TUNISIA EST. 2008

Board Chair

MRS. WAFA LAAMIRI Chairwoman, Centre des Jeunes Dirigeants d’Entreprise de Tunisie KHAOULA KHEDIMY BOUSSAMA Country Leader, Enactus Tunisia enactus.tn facebook.com/enactustunisie


INSTITUTE OF HIGHER COMMERCIAL STUDIES OF CARTHAGE After learning that young girls at a boarding school in rural Tunisia lacked access to sanitary pads, the Enactus team from Institute of Higher Commercial Studies of Carthage launched a plan to manufacture a high quality, washable product. The team engaged and trained five seamstresses to make the product, providing the women with a steady income. They also developed an education campaign to inform the girls about menstruation, providing them with much needed health information. As a result of their work, the team created five jobs, touched the lives of 450 students, and reduced waste by introducing a reusable product in the marketplace. Through entrepreneurial action, this project helps advance these key UN Sustainable Development Goals:

TUNISIA

ECOLIBREE

17

TEAMS

444

STUDENTS

23

PROJECTS

1,446

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED

enactus.org/globalgoals ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 119


UKRAINE EST. 1999

Board Chair

ALEXEI KREDISOV Managing Partner, EY MARINA GONOSHYLINA Country Leader, Enactus Ukraine enactus.org.ua facebook.com/enactusukraine twitter.com/enactusukraine


KYIV NATIONAL ECONOMIC UNIVERSITY In their Trypillia project, the Enactus team from Kyiv National Economic University taught elderly people with a desire to be social after retirement how to sculpt with clay. They then used the knowledge to conduct art therapy sessions targeted to workers at companies including EY and KPMG as an outlet to reduce stress. The income received by the three session leaders improved their financial stability and doubled their monthly income, while providing them a meaningful opportunity to connect with society.

Through entrepreneurial action, this project helps advance these key UN Sustainable Development Goals:

UKRAINE

TRYPILLIA

14

TEAMS

233

STUDENTS

28

PROJECTS

7,790

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED

enactus.org/globalgoals ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 121


UNITED KINGDOM EST. 2001

Board Chair–Enactus United Kingdom

EMYR WILLIAMS Chairman, Emyr Williams Consulting Board Chair–Enactus United Kingdom Trading

STUART MITCHELL Group Chief Executive, SIG Plc. ANDREW BACON CEO, Enactus United Kingdom enactusuk.org

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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON With their Right Light project, Enactus students from the University of Southampton aim to provide lighting to communities for less, while increasing income and reducing respiratory illnesses. They created 127 new solar lamp entrepreneurs in Kenya, Uganda and Madagascar with microfinance loan funding. These entrepreneurs rent out the lamps, which are on average 66% less expensive than kerosene or paraffin, and become role models in their communities, increasing their own incomes by more than 110%.

Through entrepreneurial action, this project helps advance these key UN Sustainable Development Goals:

56

TEAMS

UNITED KINGDOM

RIGHT LIGHT

2,651

STUDENTS

196

PROJECTS

4,341

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED

enactus.org/globalgoals ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 123


UNITED STATES EST. 1975

Board Chair

MIKE MOORE EVP Supercenters, Walmart U.S., Walmart Stores, Inc. ALEX PERWICH President, Enactus United States www.enactusunitedstates.org facebook.com/enactususa twitter.com/enactus_usa


BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY – HAWAII With the goal of boosting the productivity of farmers in the Ivory Coast, the Enactus team from Brigham Young University – Hawaii launched Cacaonomics, a project designed to train, empower and equip cacao farmers. After learning that commercial fertilizer was a huge cost to these small business owners, the team worked with biochemistry students from their school to develop a successful formula using discarded cacao husks. The final result boosted production by 50% and is currently being used by 11 farm co-ops. Additionally, to diversify the farmers’ revenue streams, the team researched and trained farmers on establishing beekeeping enterprises. This year, their initiatives impacted 15,000 individuals, and created 40 new businesses and 100 new jobs. Through entrepreneurial action, this project helps advance these key UN Sustainable Development Goals:

443 TEAMS

UNITED STATES

CACAONOMICS

14,552 STUDENTS

1,010

PROJECTS

375,843

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED

enactus.org/globalgoals ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 125


ZIMBABWE EST. 2001

Board Chair

MUCHA MKANGANWI Chairman, Pulse Pharmaceuticals BUSISIWE MARANDURE Country Leader, Enactus Zimbabwe


UNIVERSITY OF ZIMBABWE The Enactus team from the University of Zimbabwe set out to provide girls and women with access to affordable, hygienic sanitary wear. They partnered with My Pads Company, a social enterprise producing reusable sanitary pads, to develop an effective distribution model that would not only improve their business but also improve access to the product for those in need. They also developed a training curriculum to teach their beneficiaries about menstrual health and hygiene. This year, the team directly impacted 5,000 people and created 61 new jobs. Through entrepreneurial action, this project helps advance these key UN Sustainable Development Goals:

ZIMBABWE

SANI-SAVER

10

TEAMS

280

STUDENTS

28

PROJECTS

7,577

LIVES DIRECTLY IMPACTED

enactus.org/globalgoals ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 127


SERY KONE BYU – HAWAII


THE POWER OF ONE Meet Sery Kone, member of the National Champion team from Enactus Brigham Young University – Hawaii. At 4 years old, in the Ivory Coast of Africa, Sery was sold into slavery, working 10 hours a day for nothing more than the food he would eat at night. Fortunately, Sery was able to escape his life of slavery by running away. His years working on the farms shaped his personal philosophy—“Failure is not an option.” He came to the United States for university and was introduced to Enactus his first week on campus where he found students with a remarkable view of the world and aligned values to support real impact. BYU – Hawaii Enactus is giving back to the community that helped shape Sery through a series of projects in his native country of the Ivory Coast. How has Enactus impacted Sery? He says, “Everything I am, everything I have done, is because of Enactus.” Today, Sery has graduated from BYU – Hawaii and has started his career at Enactus partner, Walmart, as Staff Auditor, Global Audit Services. ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 129


A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE Investing in one Enactus student creates a ripple of change. Enactus creates a life-changing experience that impacts not only the student, but also the team, the community and many people to follow. Investing your time, talent, innovation and resources in Enactus will change many lives. One of them is likely to be yours. College education is a substantial investment. Adding the life-changing experience of Entrepreneurial Action through Enactus costs on average just $330 USD* for one student. On average, that one student positively impacts at least 30 lives through their Enactus experience. Many projects are scalable to reach hundreds of thousands of lives through innovation. You can join the passionate and intelligent investors who choose to make sustainable impact simply by choosing how many students you would like to support: one, one thousand, one million. One action creates a world of difference.

*Global support averaged over our 36 countries and 1,700+ campuses; student support cost varies by country. ENACTUS ANNUAL REPORT | 131


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