Centre for Africa Socioecenomic and Ecological Development (CAFSED) is a non-profit organization that is envisioned to drive implementation and performance of the Global Agenda among other developmental initiatives, especially as it concerns and affects Africa as a whole
Through our platforms, we encourage all citizens, businesses, civil society organizations, and governments at all levels to focus and concentrate on Agenda 2030, in order to address pressing economic, social and environmental challenges in the continent. CAFSED promotes practical problem solving through our goal-base policies advocacy, grassroots organizing, policy research, social entrepreneurship, and diverse collaborations on implementation of SDGs in Africa.
We are committed to bridging the financial gap of achieving the sustainable Development goals across Africa by 2030 through our $1 Trillion Dollar fund raising campaign from 2020-2030
CAFSED is open to partnering with individuals and organizations that are committed to making Africa a better place.
Ecodeem is our social media platform that brings users a step closer to making the world a better place. Users can raise funds for project and programs while capturing and sharing moments with friends, family members and coworkers around the world. Ecodeem is a safe environment to drive socioeconomic and ecological development in Africa and across the World.
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CAFSED is reaching out to concerned citizens from across the world to help build communities and improve living conditions of the African people
Never in the course of history has Africa witnessed this level of infrastructural and human capital decline. From Nigeria once rated as 3rd largest oil producer yet ranked as Nation with the largest number of poorest persons around the world to persistent civil unrest and humanitarian crisis in Sudan, Xenophobic attacks in South Africa, massive desertification and environmental issues in central Africa and insecurity in Somalia, massive human trafficking in Libya to unending deaths in the Mediterranean of fleeing migrates from the continent and the list goes on.