Governance has failed when all African children don’t get a daily well-balanced diet, access to clean water, a hygienic living environment and free from perennial diseases.
The Millennium Excellence Foundation celebrates successful enterprising stories from Africa; from Governance, Leadership and Entrepreneurship, Agriculture, Science, Literature and in several other key sectors.
From 2017, the policy of the Foundation will focus on key three sectors we believe are the focal catalyst for successful Governance and sustainable growth; Agriculture & Food Security, Water, Sanitation & Hygiene and Science, Technology & Innovation.
Seventy-five percent of the world’s poorest countries are located in Africa, including Zimbabwe, Liberia, and Ethiopia.
For the past two years, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Africa’s second largest country, has also been ranked the poorest in the world with a Gross Domestic Product (based on purchasing-power-parity) of $394.25 in 2013.
Explore our three core pillars for development and sustainability for more;
Innovation, Science, and Technology.