By Bruno K. N’Dala
The Journey Home
Can you find your way back home, once you have left? If you do, will you pick others up, and help them find their own way?
The answers are within this fascinating true story of war, hardship, tyranny and how one man has overcome these things with courage, resilience and ingenuity.
In this gripping memoir, author Bruno K. Ndala recounts the numerous events throughout his life, and an inspirational call to exiled Africans to a triumphant return to Africa, to educate and inspire others to their own personal and professional greatness.
Also contained in the memoir are various, and very important, life lessons to pass down from one generation to the next. Principles such as education, giving back, independence and collective responsibility will resonate with readers, long after the last page is read.
This is a startling account of the life, history and testament of a well-storied philanthropist, socialpreneur and community activist and developer. Ndala’s story proves, beyond the shadow of a doubt, that it can take at least one person to pick up a community, or even a nation, as one would pick up a single stick.
Author, entrepreneur, philanthropist, public speaker
Bruno K. N’dala
Born in the Democratic Republic of Congo and raised in Canada, Bruno K. N’dala is a serial social entrepreneur, philanthropist, public speaker and expert in rural community development. Bruno has a passionate concern for social issues affecting disadvantaged communities, particularly on the African Continent. His work, studies in international business and immigration law have launched him a career as an advocate for social entrepreneurship and as an immigration consultant. Currently working to develop a strong integrated relationship with the academia and social entrepreneurs that will connect ventures with potential sponsors & investors. If he is not working on a project in the Sub Saharan Africa, writing and doing research, Bruno K. N’dala enjoys the outdoors, travelling and books. Him and his wife share their home in The Canadian Capital Region with their two extraordinary children and a lifetime collection of books and African Arts.
Available Aug 16, 2020
Social entrepreneurship for Africa
Indeed, civil society is the catalyst for social change, and it should be in Africa. By unleashing the efficiencies of business initiatives and proven methods, social entrepreneurship will make the difference and provide sustainable solutions to the multiple issues affecting the continent of Africa. Young African entrepreneurs are encouraged to have the mission to help their people escape the claws of desperation by empowering theme economically. Through social enterprise, hope and opportunity for the most deprived can be created and the social entrepreneur can reap the profit in the process. In this book the author will show you how.
The story is captivating and quite sleek
“The story is captivating and quite sleek to hold a reader spellbound. I have even shared your story with my family members and they wish to hear more of it. – Moxie Adams “
“Great book. Up until the time of reading your book I have nursed the idea of leaving our shores with little or no intention of coming back…
..maybe a visit might be fine but…..
No, that not likely…..
But your book just gave me a view from a different angle that has made me begin to ponder about things differently. “
I have read the book more than a couple of times and I can say this is about the most captivating book I have read in recent times.
“If you pick up one end of the stick, you also pick up the other.”
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