Business, SME Livelihoods

Dadamac Connect

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Dadamac Connect is a social business set up by its co-founders Pamela McLean and Nicola Fishman on the 1st September 2014.

Dadamac Connect is

 a membership organisation

 a supportive and questioning community

 peer to peer learning & learn by doing

a reflective space

offers analasis and helps you make sense of the changing world around you

Your annual £10 fee enables you to access the knowledge and networks of the co-founders

As a founder member you will:

receive a membership card

Collage-network - The Age of Collaboration

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Collage-network is a UK based social business addressing the challenges of unemployment.

The initiators:

Nikki Fishman and Pamela McLean are co-founders and directors of Collage-Network

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Pamela McLean July 2012

The backstory:

Nikki and I know each other well through collaborating on Dadamac. In 2011 we discovered a shared concern for what was happening to people who were being made redundant (and also those who were struggling to enter the world of work for the first time).

Kafanchan Peace Traders - visibility

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April's Post-Election violence in Kafanchan took the local community by surprise.

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Beekeeping - training and livelihoods

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Typically in Nigeria, honey is collected from the wild, and then sold by women in the local markets. It can be contaminated with debris, brownish in colour, and smells and tastes smokey. It is usually sold in recycled bottles into which the honey has been decanted.The honey is used locally as a sweetener and also as an antiseptic.

Microfinance - visibility

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Microfinance was established at Fantsuam Foundation, Nigeria in 2001 following the Grameen model.

Its success has been overseen by Kazanka Comfort and John Dada.

Since it started it has benefited 12,500 individuals directly and an estimated 62,500 additional people indirectly.

Zittnet - Rural Connectivity at Fantsuam

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Dishes at FantsuamDadamac could not have come into being without the Internet connectivity provided by Zittnet. Zittnet ("Appropriate power and ICTs for the developing world") is a social business that came into being under the wing of Dadamac's sister organisation Fantsuam Foundaton.

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