The Foundation is active in Africa in the fields of education, digital transformation, energy and agriculture


  • Entrepreneurship, skills development, equipment, adaptation to the fast-evolving technological environment

We aim to support the 4th of the United Nation's Sustainable Development Goal by seeking to improve the quality of education and achieve Universal Primary Education everywhere in the world before 2030, particularly in Africa. The 4.4 subgoal of the SDG further specifies the need to substantially increase the amount of youth equipped with relevant skills for financial success, e.g. to pursue entrepreneurship. Though, many obstacles still prevent fulfilling this ambitious goal, such as language barriers, lack of proper facilities and educators, the huge outflow of the population, armed conflicts, and so on. Therefore, we want to provide various forms of assistance to the areas most in need of it to ensure all children have access to quality education and won't be marginalized by the rapid advancement of science and technology. 

Digital Transformation

  • New technologies, equipment, infrastructure, skills development, ecosystems

it is very crucial for African countries to significantly accelerate the digital transformation and industrial modernization of the continent to drive employment growth for the more than 22 million Africans joining the workforce each year and to improve the productive capacity of industries.
Africa’s digital transformation is underway, generating transformational changes across all economic sectors and society. To release the full potential of the digitalization of the economies, we need a more affordable access to internet services and the development of internet and telecommunication structures such as optical fiber and broadband coverage, regional data centres and cloud computing facilities. Regarding modernization, we see the development of a modern agriculture, the processing of natural resources at a local level and a strong focus on renewable energies from water sanitation to energy, mobility and aquaculture as essential.

Energy Infrastructures

  • Alternative energies, renewable energies, stable supply, equipment, urban development, transportation

Currently, most Africans rely heavily on oil and gas as their energy sources, which are not only extremely expensive but also unsustainable, thereby preventing millions of people under the poverty line from accessing to stable energy. However, a stable access to energy is essential for the reduction of poverty and promotion of economic growth, since both households and industries require abundant, reliable, and cost-effective energy supply. As renewable energies are gaining more popularity in Africa, and have proven to be efficient and effective, we would like to provide various forms of assistance to areas where energy supply is not stable or does not exist, and bring people an affordable energy source.


  • Rural development, sustainable development, crop monitoring, water distribution, equipment solutions

With almost 700 million people living in rural areas, Africa’s economy is inherently dependent on agriculture, which accounts for over 30% of the continent’s gross domestic product. But the cruel reality is that, despite agriculture playing a prominent role in African economy, a vast majority of those people still lives in extreme poverty, earning less than US$ 1.25 a day. We realize the huge potential of Africa’s agricultural system, and the urgent need to enhance sustainable agricultural and rural development in Africa; hence we will be providing various forms of assistance, primarily technical and technological, to the destitute areas that have high potentials to develop an agriculture-based economy, freeing those people from the extreme poverty.