Nurture Posterity International

Focus areas

Our focus areas are aligned with the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals of United Nations (UN-SDGs).

No Poverty

Ending poverty within and between Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) countries whilst ensuring that the “Leave No One Behind” becomes reality and not a mere slogan, requires implementation of long-term, coordinated and integrated multi-sectoral efforts. To end poverty, our programmes directly benefit people at bottom of the pyramid (BoP).

Zero Hunger

Hunger not only affects people within households but also those in schools. Food insecurity disproportionately affects all people irrespective of where they live. Almost 600 million people will be chronically undernourished in 2030. To end hunger, our programmes are tailored to meet the needs of the urban poor, refugees and school age children on the African continent.

Good Health and Well-being

Ensuring that “health for all” is achieved; efforts to end mental illnesses should be made. This facet of health has been neglected for decades, and there is substantial unmet need for mental health care/ services across the African continent. To achieve good health targets, a mental health component has been incorporated into our work to contribute to the reduction of mental health conditions (for example, stress, anxiety and depression).

Quality education

School feeding programmes (SFPs) improves the quality of education. SFPs increase school enrollment and learning outcomes rates; and reduce dropout rates and grade repetitions. To contribute to quality education, our programmes push for universalization of school feeding and aim at achieving the greatest school feeding coverage on the continent.

Sustainable cities

Most people, by 2050, will be living in cities. The proportion of the urban poor is on an increase, and these people struggle not only with poverty but also with hunger and malnutrition. Hiked costs of foods in cities makes it difficult for the urban poor to afford a healthy diet. Our programmes will ensure that, despite geography and demography, people have access to affordable, trusted and nutritious meals, sustainably produced and manufactured.

Climate action

Disrupted food systems are contributing significantly to worsening climate change. Our programmes incorporate the practices of regenerative agriculture, solar drying, and biodegradable packaging to help reduce the amount of CO2 emissions released into the environment, and to help preserve natural resources whilst feeding the Africa’s population.

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