Let's make Africa brighter

A new approach to education in sub-Saharan Africa

 

Securing Africa's Future

An Innovation in African Education

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The right education in Africa

Although Sub-Saharan countries have registered impressive growths of their economies over the past six decades, they have remained practically the same, namely poor and underdeveloped. The real cause is bigger than leadership, namely non-conformity to the natural law out of underdevelopment. Moving society out of poverty and underdevelopment does not just happen; there is a natural law that controls the process. This law reveals the missing pillar in the development efforts of sub-Saharan countries.

Until this missing pillar is established, chances of your country getting out of poverty and underdevelopment will remain non-existent regardless of what its leaders say or do. To argue the contrary is to risk your country lose also its second opportunity to develop, i.e. the period 2013-2063, an outcome with serious  negative implications on your children/grandchildren.

Join us in stopping your country from losing out on its second chance to develop, the period 2010s-2060s.  Join us by laying a brick on the foundation for the missing pillar for your county’s development. We spent over 10 years developing the materials (the education tools) for this foundation. Your support is towards realising universal access to and effective use of these education tools, detailed below, in more than 80% of the secondary schools and tertiary institutions in your country.

Your Role

Lay a brick on the foundation for the missing link in your country's devt. efforts

Book 1

Dr Kip began the day’s learning session by asking Ariko’s children whether they knew God.
“Obviously, we know God,” Clare replied and the rest nodded in agreement.
“What separates humans from God?” Dr Kip asked another equally puzzling question.
“Can you compare the two?” Rita sounded surprised.
“I’m asking about the difference,” Dr Kip insisted.
“God is Spirit, and He is all-loving,” Rita answered; her siblings shared other views about God and he thanked them for the impressive responses.

“In my view,” Dr Kip said thoughtfully, “the fundamental difference between human beings and God lies in the way Mother Nature responds to each of them. God just talks and wow!, Mother Nature listens and acts as told. But this is not the case with human beings! Mother Nature does not obey them on simply hearing their words! She listens and obeys them through science………”

The book 
This story helps learners in Years 1 – 2 of post primary school to understand and appreciate the incredible power that exists in their surroundings, while at the same time nurturing the right attitude (right thinking) for science-led  development in them.

To equip secondary schools in your country with this book, contact us here. 

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Book 2

“The admission into university had turned Richard into a hero in the home; his aunt practically adored him. He had set an example that she wanted all her children to emulate, namely studying up to university. To be fair, this was a dream of nearly every parent in the area; having a child at university elevated the family status. It was of little surprise therefore that the stubbornness of Eric, Ariko’s first child, ended up causing a lot of uneasiness in the family.……..”

The Book 
This story guides learners, in middle years of secondary school, towards  their proper careers in life while at the same time nurturing the right attitude (right thinking) for the country’s development in them.

To equip secondary schools in your country with this book, contact us here.

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Book 3

At 8.45 a.m., Mr Mvui led Ariko’s children into the learning room. After exchanging greetings, he began the session by observing, “Your country, like others elsewhere on the continent, is aggressively embracing information and communication technology (ICT).”

“African countries,” he continued, “are promoting ICT with the conviction that it will transform their economies. For this to happen, however, the people of this country, and indeed elsewhere in Africa, must seize and make use of the ICT era, instead of the other way around.” Eric murmured something but Mr Mvui didn’t get what he said. When he looked at Rita, however, Mr Mvui saw someone at a loss………….

The Book 
This story provides learners in high school with a holistic education in Information and Communication Technology, including Artificial Intelligence, while at the same time nurturing the right attitude (right thinking) for knowledge-based development in them. 

To equip secondary schools in your country with this book, contact us here.

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Book 4

When Mr Mvui arrived in the morning, at 8.45 a.m., the seminar venue was packed to almost full capacity. The students were now on their way into the working world, where jobs were very difficult to come by. Indeed, to most students, thinking in terms of gainful employment was being unreasonable! The best that they hoped for was any kind of job that came their way. But even with this ‘painful’ compromise, hardly anyone was certain of a job; this largely explains the big turnout that greeted Mr Mvui that morning……..

The Book 
This story prepares tertiary students for a job market with limited job offers, while at the same time nurturing the right attitude (right thinking) for inclusive economic growth in them.

To equip tertiary institutions in your country with this book, contact us here.

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Buy a slot and become a Hero

By buying a slot, you lay a brick(s) on the foundation for the missing link in your country’s development efforts, while at the same time you get documented as one of the heroes behind gifting the generation of your children/grandchildren a brighter country, one in which majority will live and work comfortably. There are three slots to choose from:

The

First Slot

The first slot costs USD 10 or the equivalent in local currency. It shows your name and address as one of the heroes behind making your country brighter for the upcoming generations.

NB. Do not include characters (commas, full stops, etc.) in the fields of the payment form,

The

Second Slot

The second slot costs USD 35 or the equivalent in local currency. It shows your name, address,  occupation and personal message as one of the golden heroes behind making your country brighter for the upcoming generations.

NB. Do not include characters (commas, full stops, etc.) in the fields of the payment form,

The

Third Slot

The last slot is for businesses, companies, organisations and other entities and costs USD 350. It shows the name, address, product/services offered, as one of the businesses/organisations behind making the country brighter for the upcoming generations.

NB. Do not include characters (commas, full stops, etc.) in the fields of the payment form,

Education tools

These educational tools are new and unique for schools in sub Saharan Countries.

Contact Us

P. O. Box 107120 Kampala,
4th Floor, Aha Towers,
Plot 7, Lourdel Rd, Nakasero, Kampala, Uganda

OFFICE/OUTLET – EASTERN UGANDA
P.O.BOX 1430, Busitema University, Mbale, Uganda
Tel. No. (256) 755-510397

OFFICE/OUTLET – USA
5580 La Jolla Blvd, #436, La Jolla, California 92037, USA

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