The official launch of the Maibeta Inc fundraising campaign “Web and Mobile app to employ 500.000+ Africans,” has been programmed to kick-off from Wednesday, May 2, 2018, and end on Thursday, May 31, 2018.
This major fundraising campaign aims to raise $35.000 over a period of one month to reach Maibeta’s goal of providing jobs to over 500.000 unemployed and underemployed technicians by 2022.
Maibeta will, however, conduct the fundraising program on the online platform “www.indiegogo.com” as well as locally through Mobile Money.
The firm aims to dedicate funds collected from this venture mainly to strengthening its ambition of building a strong technician network in earmarked Cameroonian cities. It will also carry out technician empowerment and skill building through training and augmenting technology development.
According to Bamai Namata, founder and Managing Director of Maibeta Inc, a startup based in Silicon Mountain Buea, “this innovation, in the long run, will enable increased demand for technicians leading to an increase in incomes and a boost in living standards.
It will also help foster a culture of maintenance and management of urban spaces. As such, the platform will give rise to a new breed of trusted, reliable and highly qualified Cameroonian technicians.”
Maibeta joins Cameroon’s anti-unemployment body
Prior to this initiative, there has been tremendous unemployment and underemployment of specialists in the maintenance and construction industry. Among others, several reasons account for this:
- Inability to find customers,
- Lack of trust from potential customers, as well as
- Lack of adequate and novel technical skills.
Consequently, Maibeta wants to harness opportunities for this disadvantaged community of professionals through its online platform, www.maibeta.com.
Maibeta has been working on this project since 2015. The startup hopes to encourage people to participate in their fundraising campaign and take concrete steps to support this cause.
Contact Maibeta via email or phone to participate in this fundraising campaign.
Tel: +(237) 678-352-269 / + (237) 233-320-48.