MABAKI MALI ENTERPRISES  is a social enterprise company from Tanzania  focused on green innovation and job creation through creative reuse of municipal solid waste and vocational skill transfer.

VISION

Our aim is to be the number one reference name for creative waste remodeling in Africa.

MISSION

Our mission is to reduce carbon footprint and create employment through creative solid waste remodeling.

Focal Point

  • Production of sustainable eco-friendly furniture.
  • Training of youths on waste to craft skill.
  • Job Creation through our “waste for cash” initiative.
  • Sensitization and awareness on waste reuse.

Objectives

  • Cause a shift in mindset through sensitization.
  • Achieve zero waste on dumpsites
  • Create more jobs for the unemployed.
  • Produce quality eco-friendly products from waste.

Our Aim

Aim to build a low-cost waste collection infrastructure turns into eco-friendly products such as furniture while raising general awareness on the importance of recycling for environmental sustainability. And social welfare gained from reduction in pollution by going around the community for collection of tires in offices, garages, streets and markets. And fight against diseases like malaria towards the community.

No Poverty

By 2030, eradicate extreme poverty for all people everywhere, currently measured as people living on less than $1.25 a day.

Good Health and Well-being

By 2030, reduce the global maternal mortality ratio to less than 70 per 100,000 live births

Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure

Develop quality, reliable, sustainable and resilient infrastructure, including regional and trans border infrastructure.

We decorate your Home/Office

We make your Home/Office look Smart and Classic

Our furniture are eco friendly, durable and of different designs and size

5

Years of experience

95

Happy Customers

100

Satisfaction

MABAKI MALI FOCUS ON SDG GOALS

Job Creation

Currently we have trained up to ten homeless people since inception and this people have started utilizing the skills and knowledge gained in their various localities.

Encouraging the Economy

We are changing the inclination from being a consuming nation to a producing one. We believe Tanzania can start looking inward and start making money from unused materials.

Upcoming Projects

Empowering SDGs Ecosystem

MABAKI LAB

Provision of skills, knowledge, mentor ship and good environment through the lab and workshops to the youth is or main focus.

SOCIAL IMPACTS

Reduce unemployment rate from the community, especially to women and youth. Trash/garbage will be collected, separated from the dustbins and sent to be recycled. As municipalities lack proper disposal areas for wastes; it is thrown or burnt which is unhealthy.

The waste tires will be produced into dustbins and placed in all public places such as bus stops. Hence improving their healthy lives in the community.

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS

Non-degradable waste is becoming a number one problem across the globe. The waste is thrown everywhere, from the land to the water bodies. We can collect, sort, send to recyclers so as to turn some of this waste into usable materials, and help save the planet.

With every trash collected in the dustbins, we weigh and will be handing out rewards to the community.

TIRE DAWATI - ECO DESKS

About 5 Millions of students join primary and secondary schools yearly. Thus, it increases production of wooden desks which loses 915,000 trees while 85% of waste tires ends on land (TAFORI, 2017).

Tire-dawati as Eco-desks innovations are made of Greenwood for the perfect comfortability, low maintenance, durable, portable and Eco-friendly product. It promotes education by making school desks from waste tires so as to solve environmental pollution and deforestation.

Hence, The innovation of the school desk consists of giving a fresh and modern look to African classrooms, thus, promoting education in both rural and modern Tanzania. And it converts tire waste into useful products.

From recycling, up cycling and other innovative projects we obtain products which we will introduce and later sell to the community.

SUSTAINABILITY

SOCIAL IMPACTS

Reduce unemployment rate from the community, especially to women and youth. Trash/garbage will be collected, separated from the dustbins and sent to be recycled. As municipalities lack proper disposal areas for wastes; it is thrown or burnt which is unhealthy.

The waste tires will be produced into dustbins and placed in all public places such as bus stops. Hence improving their healthy lives in the community.

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS

Non-degradable waste is becoming a number one problem across the globe. The waste is thrown everywhere, from the land to the water bodies. We can collect, sort, send to recyclers so as to turn some of this waste into usable materials, and help save the planet.

With every trash collected in the dustbins, we weigh and will be handing out rewards to the community.

ECO-DAWATI

About 5 Millions of students join primary and secondary schools yearly. Thus, it increases production of wooden desks which loses 915,000 trees while 85% of waste tires ends on land (TAFORI, 2017). Tire-dawati innovation promotes education by making school desks from waste tires so as to solve environmental pollution and deforestation.

On average, 10 M square feet of forest is lost each year to build wooden desks for newly enrolled students, leading to soil erosion, desertification and water shortage.

On the other hand, about 10,000 tons of tire waste is generated in Tanzania daily. Dar es Salaam alone generates 2800 tones daily, 20% of which is thrown into the environment, blocking our drainage, breeding mosquitoes causes Malaria and dengue, and encroaching our homes. There is a need to come up with a practical and sustainable model to solve these two environmental problems. That is why we came up with the manufacturing of tire desks, made out of recycled tire waste known as TIRE-DAWATI.

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OUR TEAM DREAM OF:

  • JOB CREATION APPROXIMATELY TO 5000 PEOPLE BY 2030.
  • BY 2030, WE SHOULD HAVE;
    • 10 PROPER WASTE DISPOSALS, 
    • 5 RECYCLING UNITS CENTERS AND 
    • RECYCLING PROJECTS STARTING FROM 50 PRIMARY SCHOOL LEVELS.
  • TO ENSURE PEOPLE VALUE GREEN BUSINESSES GLOBALIZATION BY 90%