Social Sector

Social Sector Industry

At Longhall Consulting we believe in the Social sector and Social enteprises as drivers of socio-economic development.
We work with clients in the social sector to mitigate some of the sectors biggest challenges like: Communication, by providing clients with the tools necessary to provide donors adequate and interpretable information on how their funds are being utilized and also helping to reach out to prospective clients, making them aware that such institutiobns even exist.
We develop strategies in line with our clients peculiarities and we see it through.

Industry Stats

Data from the International Labour Office’s 2014/15 World Social Protection Report[3] estimates that currently only 16.9% of older people in sub-Saharan Africa receive an old age pension. Although this number is higher in North Africa at 36.7%, it is still considerably lower than much of the developed world (90% in North America and Europe). A recent report on the pension sector in the East African Community estimates that between 80-90% of the population is not reached via public or private pension fund schemes.
— International Labour Office

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Feb
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May
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Jan
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