Kejibaus Youth Development Initiative supports the growth of the African health and education sectors and the lives of people who do not have access to healthcare or education.
The availability of high-quality health and education services are vital for the wellbeing and economy of undeveloped African countries. Access to these services for people of all incomes levels will promote the importance of inclusion, regardless of socioeconomic status. The improving of health standards and medical efficiency will also deem these services more effective.
With less than one-percent of global health expenditure and only three-percent of the world’s health workers, Africa accounts for almost half the world’s deaths of children under five. HIV/AIDS also remain an increasingly important topic in addition to tuberculosis and malaria. Making vaccines more readily available to the African population, and especially to the youth, will help rid these diseases and decrease mortality rates.
The right to education will create more skilled professionals. this will create more jobs and encourage them to remain in or return to their countries. Kejibaus Youth Development Initiative plans to work closely with schools to help them improve their financial, managerial and administrative capabilities in order to provide adequate education and facilities to African people.