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“No matter how much we’ve done, it’s not enough as long as there is still more to do.”

Young social entrepreneur James had an idea when he was just 15 after meeting a young homeless boy named Frederick. James couldn’t comprehend why a child like Frederick, whose future had the potential to be so bright, should be living on the streets. James felt he had the power to make a change, and so his social enterprise ‘Street Priests’ was born. He is one of hundreds of social entrepreneurs at the Social Enterprise World Forum this week.