Shuraako empowers African entrepreneurs, whose innovations are key to unlocking capital and improving the livelihoods of those who call the continent home.
Established in 1998 as a small-scale factory producing, servicing and repairing large metal tanks (water storage) and other metal equipment. The Company’s other products include truck/trailer bodies, modifications to truck/trailer steel structures, steel frames for housing, and steel fixtures and furniture.
Bulaale Beekeeping is the largest company, within the honey sector, that Shuraako has connected to investors. Bulaale is situated in an ideal environment for beekeeping, in the Gabilay region, due to the abundance of forage. Bulaale is also located close to its main market, Hargeisa, and within proximity to the Ethiopian border, of which Ethiopians are a target customer segment. The owner of Bulaale is an experienced business man, with over 15 years of experience in the honey sector.
Kaafi Enterprise for Environmental Protection and Sanitation is a business that cleans trash from the streets of Hargeisa, Somaliland.
Golis Energy was established in Hargeisa in 2004 and has been providing solar power to households and commercial entities in Somaliland for over 10 years. Golis Energy received an investment to implement a revolving credit facility for commercial and household solar power to increase sales.
Barwaaqo Marketing and Catering Services (BMCS) is a crop collection, storage, and marketing service serving farmers in six villages throughout the Gabiley District.
Berbera-based Raas Kateeb Fishing has been in operation for 14 years. The owner has more than 22 years fishing experience; and specializes in Gargor fishing technique.