Innovation and co-creation
Use of innovation, both technological and non-technological is in our DNA. Technological solutions that extent vital services like water, energy and nutritional security are need to be urgently deployed to leapfrog millions of Africans living in abject poverty.
Women and youth
We prioritise women and youth in our interventions because they are the most impacted by poverty, and often hold the most potential. Africa’s demographic dividend presents both significant opportunities and a high risk, if inclusive economic opportunities are not created for the youth. Skills development and establishing pathways to market is our approach to harnessing this opportunity.
Rural and peri-urban communities
Rural and peri-urban communities across Africa are by far the most marginalised in terms of economic opportunities. These vulnerable communities will also bare the brunt of climate change, due to low resilience as a result of over dependence on natural resources
Our goal is to increase productivity at household level, to build resilience and move the millions of impoverished Africans out of poverty.