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Systemic corruption, ethnic killings, terrorism, poverty, decaying infrastructure, hunger, poor healthcare, tribalism; these and many more are the evils that beset the African continent at this time. Many of these monumental problems are self-inflicted by the actions and inactions of generations gone by and continued by the current leaders. This is enabled, if not encouraged by the pervasive apathy and resignation of the masses, with every issue being left to the hands of providence and with very little national unity on issues that do not directly affect each person.
These problems are sufficient to dishearten us, but there’s hope to be had once we realize the massive potential in African youths. This is a generation of thinkers, policy makers, problem solvers and just plain good people. Once we realize that we are as much a part of the problem if we stay silent and do nothing and that no matter where we go, here is the only place that is ever going to be home for us, then we know we don’t have a choice. It is in the interest of our future and posterity that we stand up, work and fight for the future of our continent. It’s up to us now.

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We either unite or collectively perish, as no single country or region can be an island of prosperity in an ocean of poverty, insecurity and underdevelopment.

Nkozasana Dlamini-Zuma, AU

Be a global citizen. Act with Passion and Compassion. Help us make this world safer and more sustainable today and for generations that will follow us. That is our moral responsibility.

Ban-Ki Moon, UN

Our dependence on fossil fuels amounts to global pyromania and the only fire extinguisher we have at our disposal is renewable energy

Herman Scheer

600 million people have access to mobile, but not electricity.

1.1 billion people live without electricity.

World Bank Group

The world must come together to end energy poverty.

You pray for the hungry and then you feed them. This is how prayer works.

Pope Francis

925 million people worldwide will go to bed hungry tonight.

Oxfam Canada

Starvation is the characteristic of some people not having enough to eat; it is not the characteristic of there been not enough to eat.

Food security means all people have access to culturally appropriate, nutritious food at all times without relying on emergency supplies.

By 2030, no one should go hungry anywhere in the world.

SDG 2: Zero Hunger

1 in 9 people live with chronic hunger every day

United Nations World Food Program (WFP)

The lives of 2.8 million children under 5 years would be saved every year through BETTER NUTRITION alone

UNICEF, 2016

The world produces enough food for everyone, and yet more than 3 million children are dying of hunger every year. Why?

UNICEF, 2016

Educated citizens will likely be more inclined to recognise and adopt new practices and technologies that will help them and their communities prosper.

Global Partnership

Clean water alone can reduce water-related deaths by 21%.

Just One Africa

The water and sanitation crisis claims more lives through disease, than any war claims lives though guns.

The Borgen Project

After all, the ultimate goal of research is not objectivity, but truth.

Helene Deutsch

In 1900, the world produced 300,000 tons of rubbish a day. In 2000, the world produced 3 million tons of rubbish a day.