Dear Mr. Kongere,
May I humbly suggest that you make the habit of always "looking" at your own "surroundings" (to use African terminology! ) when you feel you must find a way to overcome a temporary hurdle?
On that basis, may I suggest that as you are in Italy, you look up that group of Ghanaians whose success story I posted a www.ghanaweb. com link to, at Mendenyo, not too long ago?
They are running a very successful (even by European standards!) enterprise - and like most Ghanaians, will only be too happy to share their knowledge and their good fortune with you.
It may come as a pleasant surprise to you that you will find that the answer to your statement: "I need some people to help me finance community consortium on agriculture. .." does lie with them.
As for your plea that you "need some people to help me finance community consortium [for] ....responsible tourism where the [sic] indigniuos people [sic] bhenefit not the multinational orgs." please contact Mr.Marc van Opastal: 12visitme@gmail. com, He will help you put your community-based eco-tourism (CBE) project online, for a start.
Perhaps if you approach both the Dutch development organisation SNV and the Peace Corps in Nairobi, upon your return home to Kenya, you can ask them to use your CBE project as a pilot for replicating the wonderful Ghanaian CBE projects their organisations have helped initiate in Ghana - and which are having such a positive impact on the lives of the members of the rural communities that they have worked with, to create CBE destinations in parts of rural Ghana.
I don't remember offhand if A Rocha is in Kenya, but you can approach Mr. Davis Hughes (David Hughes <david.hughes@ arocha.org>, ) and suggest A Rocha partners your community to start the social enterprises you want to set up soon - or if they aren't in Kenya, then to partner your community to become A Rocha Kenya, to do both projects! I wish you all at Mendenyo, the best of luck, Mr. Kongere.
PS As an Nkrumaist and a pan-Africanist, I implore you never to forget that there is a great deal of wisdom in Africa that is available for free: for you to always tap, for your community-based projects. I call them African solutions for African problems! My humble suggestions to you are in that vein. Not all wisdom and innovative ideas lies in the developed world, my dear brother. Stay blessed!