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We seek to help pave the way for better policies of education.
We have the objective of helping achieve education for all African youth. And also, we are dedicated to improving the quality of life for African descendants in London, with special attention to those from Guinea-Bissau. From the education of the community to the individual needs, and empowering communities to drive change through collective action.

Educational Solutions

Empowering youth and communities

Educational Solutions

Empowering youth and communities

Educational Solutions

We intend to use NSEF project to help change the experience of education for the community. The technology support, supplementary education, the renovation of schools buildings and the construction of new ones are very important to us in order to help improve the experience of education for the African community, with a view to increasing children's hours at school, and in turn improving the quality of teaching and reducing the number of dropouts.

We plan to accomplish these objectives for education by developing policies to pursue:

  1. Promotion of preschool education;
  2. Increase the availability of the supplementary classes of primary education in order to provide extra hours of education to the majority of children;
  3. Give children the life skills needed to function in society;
  4. Promote equality across gender, socio-economic status, and residential status;
  5. Help improve school health and safety;
  6. Develop literacy and I.T. programs for adults.

Community Organising

EMPOWERING LOCAL PEOPLE

Community Organising

EMPOWERING LOCAL PEOPLE

Community development work in the UK and Guinea-Bissau.

People in Sub-Sahran Africa suffer disproportionate levels of poverty, lack of education and inequalities. Our work which aims at empowering African community and consequently improving peoples lives socially and economically in the continent and elsewhere.

In London, UK
The purpose of the project is to facilitate local initiatives in the community to improve all aspects of the individual's day to day life with the special emphasis on the promotion of activities for children and young people, and on education, as well as more general information on living and working in the UK.

We will mainly guarantee the success of the proposed activities by the establishment of initiatives for all the community to participate in, with a special interest in developing the skills of young people between 7 and 25 years from ethnic minority communities in London who are socially or economically disadvantaged, and to provide or assist in the provision of facilities for recreation or leisure time occupation so as to develop their physical, mental and spiritual capacities and that their conditions of live may be improved.
And to promote good race relations by endeavouring to eliminate all discrimination on grounds of ethnicity, colour, creed and sexual preference.

In Bissau, Guinea-Bissau
We develop a community organising project designed to help equip and provide the African communities with ample facilities for education, training, enterprise, work, leisure and recreation.

We will campaign for the construction of the best possible infrastructures in Africa to support the key projects of the NSEF for the education and training of thousands of youth, teachers, professionals and parents in Africa.

We are establishing a number of working projects to take forward various initiatives. We will regularly measure the progress of these initiatives against our overall objective of reducing poverty and community disadvantage through quality education.

Female Empowerment

GENDER BALANCE

Female Empowerment

GENDER BALANCE

We work for gender balance in the community.

Currently Bissau Guinean society suffers from gender inequality. According to the UN gender inequality index in 2014, the country was ranked 177th out of 187 countries. Only 41% of women are able to read and write in a basic form when compared to nearly 70% of men.

Also there are real cultural barriers standing in the way of Bissau Guinean women in their journey towards senior positions, and consequently the percentage of women in senior positions in the country is low.

In Bissau, Guinea-Bissau
At NSEF, we aim to advocate women's rights to education and to empower those who are striving for improvement in their lives to become successful business owners and leaders in whatever role they take on in their professional lives in Guinea-Bissau.

In London, UK
Guinea-Bissau women with low-level of skills need accessible, local, and affordable training solutions to increase their skills and confidence.

We seek to become most significant African progressive women hub. We use this NSEF's community program to support women businesses and the elevation of women leadership skills within African communities.