It’s Time Businesses Invested in the Future

Dilbeek, Belgium, For too long, businesses have been stuck in a short-term mentality. With their plans stretching only as far as next quarter. That sufficed to make enough profit to keep shareholders happy, but little else.

Now, customers and the global economy are asking for more. For a private sector that doesn’t shirk the challenges of the world. More than ever, we need companies willing to invest in the future. Not only by reinvesting their profits back into the company, but by investing their profits into the world. This is known as responsible capitalism

Brothers4Change is at the forefront of this future investment. They Use 10% of the profits off every purchase, to make education more accessible in development countries.

They do this through three simple objectives

1.Build new school facilities

2.Provide fresh, clean drinking water to students

3.Provide the students with solar powered LED lamps, so learning does not stop at sunset

Via these easy-to-implement solutions, they are expanding education to hundreds of children. They are currently active in the Kivu region In Congo. 

They’re inviting companies to partner up with them and be part of an ethical transformation. 

Why you should invest in children’s education

To say children are the future should be obvious. Yet, too often do we neglect their needs for present gain. Only by harnessing their potential can a better world be possible. Otherwise, we’re destined to keep treading over the same old ground.

As Nelson Mandela so aptly put it: “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”

That’s especially true considering the educational state of sub-Saharan Africa:

  • One-fifth of children aged 6 to 11 do not attend school
  • One-third of 12- to 14-year-olds do not attend school
  • 60% of 15- to 17-year-olds are not in school

That’s simply not acceptable.

Without children going to school, society cannot progress. The skills necessary for economic development just don’t get taught.

While this is obviously a travesty for each child’s life, it’s a broader tragedy for the world. 

Investing in education means more economic growth, more prosperity, more inventors, more doctors, more scientists. It means there are more people to buy your products and more people to sell them, too.

In short, a failure of education is a waste of humanity’s potential.

How is Brothers4Change investing in the future

Education is like planting seeds. It takes time for the forest to grow. Nevertheless, Brothers4Change is already helping school children in Idiga village in the Kivu region of Congo.

Here, they recently gifted 250 solar-powered LED lamps to each of the children. The change is dramatic. No longer is their education dictated by the sun – which sets early in this region. Instead, they can keep learning and progressing. The future is within their grasp.

Are you interested to provide your customers with reliable, high-quality products and at the same time make education more accessible in developing countries?

If so, I would recommend you to get in touch with Brothers4Change.

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