Backed by Richard Branson, this start up has African children at its heart

London-based William Adoasi and his team are changing the lives of young children in South Africa by providing them with school uniforms, bought with money from sales of his watches.

When school is free, you might expect all enthusiastic children to show up, but what if they can't afford the uniform, school equipment and shoes?
One entrepreneur and his team are changing the lives of young children in South Africa by providing them with school uniforms, bought with money from sales of his watch company."Education is the foundation for change anywhere," says Vitae London founder William Adoasi."You can give aid and other things which are amazing and needed, but when that runs out, there's no more provision for them."
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Vitae London gives 10% of the money it makes monthly to House of Wells, a charity supporting children in South Africa.

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