Clement Matorwmasen

Regenerative Entrepreneur


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Clement Kwaku Matorwmasen

I am a Ghanaian regenerative entrepreneur, Dream Developer, Life Couch and nature activist who shares the principle that we must be part of the positive change we seek in this world.

Founder of Dream VillageGreen Gold Social Enterprise , Dream Works Ghana, Cletek Services,  Dreamivill , and many other startups and foundations

I have dedicated my entire life as a global changemaker, working with grassroots/rural communities to find creative solutions that work to improve lives.  

My focus area is regenerative agriculture/economies, safe drinking water, informal education, skills and talent development and creating regenerative communities in Africa

Over 20 years of working with rural grassroots communities to develop indigenous and creative solutions toward a better world


An African Biography

ZONGO, a full feature film entirely directed and produced by elias mierbeth and michael herzog. OFFICIAlLY NOMINATED FOR THE GLOBE AND DIKALO FILM AWARD 2021.


After growing up in the streets, facing death and devastation in prison, a courageous young tribesman is about to break the circle of misery, by building a village for dreamers together with his rural Ghanaian community.

*The movie on Amazon Prime, may not be available in your country, as it is currently being premiered around the world 

Film Description

ZONGO tells the story of Clement waking up in prison after an attempted suicide in the streets of Ghana. It is the journey of his path from poverty and hopelessness towards creating opportunities for societal progress of the rural youth in the region. In the tradition of campfire storytelling, Clement opens a mysterious world of tribes, black magic and his life philosophy. He takes us into an african story, directed by the people’s spirit and the continent itself.  The filmmakers Elias Mierbeth and Michael Herzog give a voice to Clement, his childhood and youth marked by fear of death and the struggle for survival. Images and sound unobtrusively draw attention to the circumstances of the Ghanaian people without operating on clichés. The movie does not classify, instead it leaves Clement the power to unravel his experiences. Superstition, disease, and poverty turns into a lesson about the importance of education, hope and dreams.

The film is a fragment of reality, of a country, of a continent yet it shows this fragment with unusual sensitivity. Powerful pictures, bright colors, people full of beauty pull us into a world completely different from what we are used to from the news. In the end it is us who have just learned a lot from this young man, his story, his courage, his dream. 

Current Project

Work With US

In the Zuo community the public drinking water facility broke down many years ago and families have been forced to travel 60 minutes multiple times per day to gather murky, disease carrying water from the local Dam. As a result, unimproved water causes various diseases, including diarrhea, helminthiasis, or malnutrition. Normally, women and children take responsibility for collecting water for their households. Therefore, improving the water system could be a way to improve the quality of life in this region.
This project focuses on the construction of a sustainable borehole system through solar power for the Nantong Zuo village in Ghana, the aim to increase local communities’ adaptive capacity and resilience to climate change and also of cutting down the excessive hours fetching water, reducing the distance children/women travel when they fetch water, therefore, improving their quality of life.

Meet My Friends

Workation Retreat
Click A Tree GmbH
Mustapha Inspires
Martha Inspires Foundation

My Projects

Contact Me


Office Line: +233302955720

WhatsApp/Cell: +233247530020


WP66, Nantong Zou, Tamale. Ghana



WhatsApp/Cell: +31649141561


Wijnkoopsbaai 21

2904BDN Capelle Aan Den Ijssel – Netherlands