Mr Tamou and his team specialise in delivering training modules to remote communities and have been working with a community on Mabuiag Island in the Torres Straits.
Pioneers of education for that particular region, the Social Impact Academy team are currently delivering a Certificate III in Business and will return to Mabuiag Island to deliver the last part of the course next week- a privilege only granted to those invited by the elders.
"They love what we are offering up there and they are looking forward to us coming back up," Mr Tamou said.
"At the moment our students are finishing off their Certificate III in Business and the second project we hope to deliver is where we hope to increase their employment and employability opportunities which can be very difficult on the island due to lack of social infrastructure and job opportunities.
"There is systemic unemployment and poverty there so we want to build the capacity of younger generation to either start their own business up there or to explore doing something like selling their art part-time for example."
Social Impact Academy is currently calling for expressions of interest for people interested in mentoring indigenous start-up businesses.
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