In early 2023, SoLF partnered with the British Council to launch an acceleration programme for social enterprises operating across Sindh, focusing on the theme of climate change. This six-month initiative aimed to empower social entrepreneurs by providing comprehensive support to selected green enterprises, by bridging the gap between early-stage training and the practical implementation of innovative solutions.


  • Promote Social Entrepreneurship: The programme aimed to raise public awareness about the importance of social entrepreneurship in addressing societal challenges. By showcasing the value and potential of different initiatives, the programme sought to inspire individuals to adopt this innovative approach when seeking solutions.
  • Support Social Entrepreneurs in Key Thematic Areas: The programme focused its efforts on five critical thematic areas: Water, Sanitation, Plantation, Hygiene, and Solid Waste Management. Through capacity-building workshops and ongoing mentoring, it aimed to provide support to social entrepreneurs in planning, establishing, and sustaining their enterprises within these areas.
  • Facilitate Business Growth: The programme placed particular emphasis on supporting three promising enterprises. By allocating funds to these enterprises, the program aimed to assist them in expanding their operations, optimizing their business models, and leveraging available resources to achieve sustainable growth.


  • The programme successfully developed a comprehensive curriculum and other resource materials tailored to the needs of green entrepreneurs. These materials aimed to help them overcome obstacles, progress to the next stage of their enterprises, and work towards long-term sustainability.
  • A highly interactive and engaging 3-day bootcamp was conducted for the benefit of 10 green enterprises working on climate change across the Sindh region. This bootcamp focused on building their capacity, equipping them with essential skills and knowledge, and fostering networking opportunities among participants.
  • By allocating funds to three winning ventures, the programme aimed to provide intensive support for their growth and development. These enterprises received tailored assistance in expanding their operations, optimizing their business models, and making the most of the available resources to achieve sustainable growth.