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The Zimbabwean economy has since 1990 been on the decline.
This has had a significant impact on the business environment.
The third sector has stepped in to try to alleviate the impact of these financial challenges.
Much of the funding used to address these challenges comes from external sources which have shrunk significantly since the financial crisis of 2007.
It is becoming apparent that another way is needed to address the financial challenges the country faces.
One way might be to assist rural people to establish sustainable livelihoods.
Such a vision would be in keeping with the Social Teachings of the Catholic Church.
This study sought to investigate the role of Non-Profit Organisations in the promotion of entrepreneurship using Rushinga rural district in Zimbabwe as a case study.
The study focused on a Roman Catholic Church Parish and what would be required to use it as a Business Incubation Center.
This study can be used as a spring board for future studies on Social Entrepreneurship in Zimbabwe as well as the intersection between Church and addressing socio-economic problems.
Chemwi Mutiwanyuka is a Catholic Academic Exchange Service Scholar.
She holds a Master’s in Business Administration from Africa University.
She currently works as an education management professional.
She counts her family and former teachers as some of her biggest inspirations and is driven by her faith in God to always ‘Do better and be better’.
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