Rio Mesa High School
International Business Alliance Program
It is our team’s mission to put our talents to good use and make a positive impact on a global scale. We promise to dedicate our time and effort to tackle any obstacles we come across, no matter how difficult, with our commitment and available resources. Using our motivation, we will wholeheartedly strive to expand our area of assistance to lives everywhere, allowing people to obtain the opportunity to do great things. We will succeed.
We, as a team, in the next 24 months, will assist two businesses. Through fundraising, we will help one business, a printing press business, start off from scratch. We chose to assist a printing press business, because we strongly believe in education. Statistics show lower rates of literacy in third world countries, and another printing press business will allow for students to obtain books easier, giving them a better education and more opportunities. The other is a catering business. We chose to help a catering business, because we felt that this business could get the most out of our abilities. This business will have already been off the ground for a while. We’ll not only expand their growth, but we’ll help them thrive by offering them solutions to issues and opening their eyes to new ideas.
Our specially chosen, tight-knit team will meet on a weekly basis to accomplish these tasks.
Our Global Young Innovators Initiative Business Partner
Catering Business Statistics
- Business Type:Catering Service
- Business Owner:Rabi Sani
- Location:Fadama Mada, Opposite Ganawa close, Near Fariah Foundation school, Bauchi state
- Business Production Capacity:About 2-3 jobs a month
- Number of People Employed:5
- People Directly Benefiting from the Business: 12
- Employees’ Children who are attending school:6
Story of the Business:
Rabi graduated from secondary school 3 years ago and decided to learn how to make some pastries from her elder sister instead of just sitting at home idly. She wanted to learn this skill to use to make some income for herself and make the best use of her time, while waiting for admission into school. Since then, Rabi has been baking meat pie, donuts and sometimes cakes for various events. Rabi is the last born of her family. She lives with her parents and has 4 elder siblings. She has always enjoyed being handy. So, learning how to bake came to her easily. She is excited at the opportunity of a future in catering and is glad that Leadership Initiatives will help make this happen for her.
Rabi sees this as an opportunity to provide exceptional services for the people of her local community and to possibly train some young ladies in the future.
Rabi see this as an opportunity to rprovide exceptional services for the people of her local community. And possibly train some young ladies in the future.