Background of the Foundation

Was established 30 years ago with the objective of nurturing transformational leaders across the African Continent through:

  • Participation in various economic activities geared towards uplifting the underprivileged in rural Africa communities;
  • To promote and restore the pride of African Culture, Identity, and Diversity through our collective activities.

Since our establishment, we have been self-supporting except for occasional support we have received from friends and Organisations of goodwill.

We have changed lives and got more and more people out of a miserable life into one of success and prosperity. Currently, we are present in Thirty-Eight (38) African Countries and Ten (10) in Diaspora.

Our Vision

To be a flagship of excellence through servant leadership

Our Mission

To work with the needy and disadvantage groups in society in order to improve and enhance capacity for self-development and actualisation


“Servant leadership is the mother’s milk for sustainable development”


The Foundation’s programs are aligned with the following 7 of 17 SDG’s:

  • No poverty
  • Zero Hunger
  • Good Health and Well Being
  • Quality Education
  • Gender Equality
  • Clean Water and Sanitization
  • Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure.

Core Values

  • Justice
  • Authenticity
  • Honesty
  • Humility
  • Integrity

Guiding Philosophy

Excellence through servant leadership


  • An Africa with a strong cultural identity, common heritage, shared values and ethics
  • An Africa whose development is people-driven, relying on the potential of African people, especially its women and youth, and caring for children


  • To nurture young Africans by conducting mentorship programmes and various youth activities across Africa
  • To promote education through establishing learning centers, book donations, publications, and awarding bursaries to the needy young people to enable them to achieve their academic dreams.
  • To promote health among the people living in rural and low-income urban areas by organizing for medical camps and health awareness campaigns.
  • To nurture servant and transformational leaders
  • To participate in various economic activities geared towards improving the standards of living among the people in low-income rural and urban centers.

Servant leadership is the mother’s milk for sustainable development