Jazza Centre Limited

Company overview
Headquarters: Kenya
Countries of Operations: Kenya
Women owned /led: Founded by at least one woman
Year of founding: 2013
Number of FTEs : 5 to 20 FTEs
Legal status of the organization : For-profit
Company overview
Headquarters: Mexico
Countries of Operations: Mexico
Legal status of the organization : For-profit
Year of founding: 2018
Number of FTEs : 5 to 20 FTEs
Women owned / led: Founder
Care economy activities and business model
About the organization:
Jazza Centre is a for-profit social enterprise that trains and places domestic workers in Kenya. The enterprise formalizes the employment process for domestic workers by ensuring that domestic workers and employers sign employment contracts. Jazza Centre increases recognition and reward for domestic workers by negotiating fair terms of employment and skill development. It reduces the burden of care work in households through provision of trained domestic workers.
Activities in the care economy: Provision of technology, services & policies/practice that improve conditions for domestic & care worker
Stage of growth: Mass roll-out/Expansion
Type of services: Infant-care (children younger than 1-year), Child-care (Ages 1 to 5), Child-care (Ages 6 and above), Elderly-care (Ages 60 and above), Care for persons with special needs (disabled / differently abled persons), Domestic services
Number of customers (2020): Less than 1,000
Number of customers (2019): Less than 1,000
Number of customers (2018): Less than 1,000
Financials
Profitability status: Not profitable yet but planning to become profitable within 3 years
Revenue USD (2020): Between 100,000 to 250,000
Revenue USD (2019): Between 100,000 to 250,000
Revenue USD (2018): Between 100,000 to 250,000
Pathways to impact
Challenge addressed: Lack of recognition and action with regards to unfair distribution of care and domestic work, Lack of affordable solutions to reduce amount of time spent on care and domestic work, Lack of / poor remuneration for care and domestic workers
Pathway to impact - 4 Rs: Recognize, Reward, Redistribute
Populations affected: Unpaid domestic workers, Paid domestic workers, Infants or children, Elderly people
Number of people served (2020): Less than 1,000
Number of people served (2019): Less than 1,000
Number of people served (2018): Less than 1,000