Our primary focus is to reduce the rate of malnutrition especially among children under 5 years and pregnant women. Also primarily, to alleviate the rate of child mortality caused by malaria and also to reduce malaria infections in pregnant women
In education, our priority is to see to underserved communities, where primary or basic school infrastructure is in a dilapidated state, to help and enable pupils to have uninterrupted class sessions. Also to put up IT centres where necessary, with free IT and internet learning experience for all
To help deliver smarter environmental sustainability solutions to communities in partnership with volunteers to plant more trees in our surroundings and also tackle sanitation issues in communities, resulting in a sound, comfortable and serene environment required for good health and education
Africa is the world’s second largest and second most populous continent. It is known to be very rich in natural resources but Africa remains the poorest and most underdeveloped continent.
Approximately 1 in 3 people living in sub-Saharan Africa are undernourished. More than 1 million people, mostly children under the age of 5, die every year from malaria. Malarial deaths in Africa alone account for 90% of all malaria deaths worldwide.
As a result of poverty and marginalization, more than 72 million children around the world remain unschooled, and sub-Sahara Africa is the most affected area with over 32 million children of primary school age remaining uneducated.
Factors linked to poverty multiply the risk of non-schooling and the drop-out rate of a child by 2. Undeniably, many children from disadvantaged backgrounds are forced to abandon their education due to health problems or lack of financial support.