In celebrating Nigeria, her people and her successes over the last 100 years;Commonwealth Democracy Initiative in partnership with GLEEHD Foundation,ROSTRA Consulting & Amandla Consulting organised...
Every African deserves access to Safe Water
Every African deserves access to Education
Connecting African SMEs to Diaspora Opportunities
Rural Development and Empowerment
Promoting access to sustainable livelihood for every African at home and her Diaspora…..
AREA OF CONCERN
- Diaspora Development and Engagement
- Governance and Social Justice (GSJ)
- Economic Enterprise and Trade Development (EETD)
- Climate Change and Sustainable Development (CCSD)
- CHILDREN, YOUTH AND GENDER DEVELOPMENT
We engage Africans in the diaspora in our mission to promote Africa’s renaissance, and encourage international volunteers to contribute skills and knowledge in our activities and projects to ensure the continent’s development.
To ensure development and shared prosperity, governments need to be transparentand held accountable by the people they serve. Governments need to be responsive to the needs of the people and enable their participation in governance. In line with GLEEHD’s mission, we provide government institutions, key professional support that will promote effective democratic governance, transparency, peace and security, policy reforms and human rights while fostering collaborative engagement between the government and citizens to foster sustainable living.
At GLEEHD, we strongly believe that the economic development of Africa lies in its own hands. And this can only be achieved if entrepreneurship and agriculture is harnessed.
Through the Economic, Entreprise and Trade Development (EETD) platform, we foster investment and partnerships between governments and businesses both locally and internationally.
In line with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), we are promoting sustainable patterns of consumption and production, as well as advocating for the protection and management of the natural resource base of economic and social development, which are the objectives of, and essential requirements for sustainable development.
The number of young people in Africa will grow to nearly one billion by 2050. The future, certainly, belongs to the young ones! At GLEEHD, we ensure the holistic empowerment of youth and children, as well as women; the most vulnerable in the society. We also address issues of reproductive health, HIV/ AIDS, among others.
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VOICE OF CHANGE
We have to be bold in our national ambitions. First, we must win the fight against poverty within the next decade. Second, we must improve moral standards in government and society to provide a strong foundation for good governance. Third, we must change the character of our politics to promote fertile ground for reforms.
Gloria Macapagal-ArroyoFormer President of the Philippines
When you look at the challenges and opportunities that Africa faces, it is very clear that these challenges cannot be addressed and resolved by any single entity or by any single organisation. What we have realised over the years is that partnerships between government, civil society, and the private sector are critical to addressing the many challenges that we face.
Nathan KalumbuPresident for Eurasia and Africa group of Coca-Cola Company
It’s not just about empowering women, it’s about economic growth. Unless we can make access to finance easier for women in their businesses, we will be missing out on a significant portion of growth within our economies
Ngozi Okonjo-IwealaFormer Nigerian Minister of Finance
We are the first generation that can end poverty and the last generation that can take steps to avoid the worst impact of climate change. Future generations will judge us harshly if we fail to uphold our moral and historical responsibilities
Ban Ki MoonSecretary-General of the United Nations