NOW, that we as "humanity" created the epoch of the Anthropocene, the question put to all of us is:
What kind of an actor are we? With and in which system(s) do we engage? Plus: Can we evolve to a somewhat fair and reciprocal solution for really everyone in the system?
SABAA supports the idea and practice of circular economy.
SABAA supports changes from unsustainable & senseless growth with its outdated economic paradigms.
SABAA proposes a planet that provides for ALL life, including mankind.
SABAA.education - Foundation Education for Sub-Saharan Africa is:
„Education is a valid step-stone towards reciprocity and resilience in today´s rapidly changing world.“
The goal of SABAA.education is to empower, train, and connect people to provide learning opportunities, comprising of relevant and locally / globally needed skills, competencies and knowledge in all sectors of education: pre-school, primary school, high-school, university, and vocational training, informal learning. Thus, to support individuals, groups, societies in that great transformation we all are prone to and that we need to design together: by sharing - caring - understanding - acting.
SABAA.education is partner to education as well as culture and sustainability related projects in Sub-Saharan Africa and partner to companies, institutional and non-governmental organizations in this field.
SABAA.education enables capacity building, thus developing and creating online / blended learning programs.
SABAA.education collaborates in projects and proposals, consults in the area of skills and competencies development, as well in Skills for the 21. Century and new approaches to curricula and learning.
SABAA.education develops and supports the practice and the idea of social business.
SABAA.education aims for sense-making and impact investment.
SABAA.education puts the rights and needs of girls and women at the forefront of its doings.
SABAA.education is convinced that education provides the sensible and reliable road towards fair chances and the reduction of poverty.
SABAA.education sees the need to provide different frames, narratives and images of sub-Sahara Africa to a not-so-well informed public in Germany.
Feel free to contact us in English or German: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are always glad to hear about new projects, funding, proposals, ideas, support, donations.
A special initiative from SABAA is the online-gallery kukutana. There, art lovers find contemporary art from sub-Saharan African artists. kukutana is run as a social business. Profits go to artists and art related projects. CSR-services are available too.
Find more and more current projects here:
National Arts Council (BASATA) in Tanzania
Supporting BASATA, the National Arts Council of the Untied Republic of Tanzania, at its roadmap of strengthening the creative and cultural industries. Cooperating with Dr. Kedmon Mapana, its charismatic Executive Secretary.
Micro-Grants for Social Business
Offering micro-grants to communities and individual projects for the well-being of its members. No interest rate, and pay-back to the next community project within a year: a circular economy driven social business approach for the common good. Decisions made by the community. To be evaluated by the wonderful cooperation partner in Ghana, the GHANA Philanthropy Forum.
Next steps: Document successes, implement needed changes, and get more funders on board.
aiduke Clothing Research
Supporting and partnering with a special initiative: training of weavers in traditional and modern patterns to cooperate with fashion designers and textile industry in Kampala, Uganda. The project will help to create job opportunities for young women and strengthen the clothing industry in Uganda.
Funding by Schmitz-Stiftungen (BMZ-funding), SABAA.education. Cooperation with aiduke in partnership with TEXDA.