Offering quality banana products to give farmers a unique advantage with regards to competition, resulting in better market penetration and economic returns

Musumba Stephen Habwe

Growing up, Stephen always wanted to play a part in making the world a better place, but did not know how to. Along the way he found himself in a forestry class and realized that trees spoke a language he understood. Stephen is passionate about nature and this is the reason he founded Cream Enterprises.

Stephen is working on a partnership with Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology to make available tissue culture banana seedlings in a nursery, not only for an alternative source of income but also to study the potential bananas have in urban production units. Cream Enterprises is also working on a new hypothesis that links poverty and poor land resource utilization to environmental degradation.

Stephen took part in SE Forum’s Social Business Bootcamp in 2016.

Cream Enterprises

Cream Enterprises is a forestry farm and land resource management firm. Cream’s mandate is conduct frontier research in agriculture and forestry production units with an aim of not only developing economically and environmentally sustainable systems, but to also seek to transcend society on a social and political scale.