We want you to be a part of helping us find lasting solutions to one of the world’s most pressing problems – youth poverty, unemployment, and underemployment in Africa. As innovators, we challenged ourselves to find holistic solutions to some of these problems but need your assistance to bring about a lasting solution.
YOU CAN HELP BY
Hosting scholarships, grants, internships, apprenticeships, jobs, study and work abroad opportunities on our website. You can also support our work by making a kind donation via one of the following.
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DID YOU KNOW?
- That there are over 1 billion people in Africa and about half of them are between the ages of 14 and 25.
- According to Gallup World, in 2013, the ten countries with the highest proportion of residents living in extreme poverty were all in sub-Saharan Africa. According to the World Bank, extreme poverty is living on or less than USD 1.25 a day. In 2010, 414 million people were living in extreme poverty across sub-Saharan Africa. The World Bank estimated this represented nearly half the population.
- The Borgen Project reported that fewer than 20 percent of African women have access to education. Uneducated African women are twice as likely to contract AIDS and 50 percent less likely to immunize their children. The children of African women with at least five years of schooling have a 40 percent higher chance of survival. Additionally, the lack of education for women has a macro effect of stunting the economic development of the countries and the continent as a whole.