A Venture to Support Health Clinics in Kenya

Margaret KilibwaMargaret Kilibwa is looking to raise $100,000 to build a B&B and Conference Center in Kakamega, Kenya as a profitable venture that will support her plans to build a health clinic for women and children in Kakamega, a rural area with great health care needs.

Margaret is a research scientist working in the healthcare sector in this part of the U.S. Her degrees are from Cornell and Columbia Universities. In 2005 she founded TropicalClinics (a 501c3) as the vehicle she is using to provide improved health care for women and children in rural Kenya. Check out her web site at www.tropicalclinics.org.

Margaret’s plan is for the B&B to have 10 rooms as well as a conference center. She is looking to raise about $100,000 in equity to build and furnish the B&B and conference center. Additional funding for operating capital will be obtained from a bank in Kenya. She already invested her own capital in buying 10 acres for theTropicalClinics project. To learn more visit the web site or contact Margaret at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; 732-331-6859.

Last modified onTuesday, 19 March 2013 15:52
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