In this 21ST century, many people in Africa die because of the lack for basic medical supplies and healthcare facilities. Most of the villages in Africa have no heath clinics and are offered no medical attention as result. Such a social living condition often heightens hope and harmony among the populations. Improving these current overpowering living conditions in many areas of Africa, will heighten hope and harmony among the populations. Although no part of the population is unaffected by poor health, it is often the poorest sectors of society that are most vulnerable to the epidemic of unchecked diseases and for whom the consequences are disastrous. Evidently, many villages in Africa still manage to survive without basic health care facilities to keep well. That is why SANDJI CDC is fully committed to making sure that the rural populations get access to health care facilities; medical; as well as information on preventative practices.
Implementation: In order to be successful in this program, SANDJI CDC will do the following:
Education is important to the development and progress of any given society. Africa’s future depends significantly on the education of its populations. The increasing rate of illiteracy undermines the social development of the continent. Sandji believes that actions must be taken to educate the youth and the adult in order to raise their level of consciousness and strong cognitive reasoning skills. Implementation: In order to be success in this particular program SANDJI CDC will do the following: • Contribute in building primary schools in the rural areas of Africa, while locating funds to equip existing schools with books and other educational materials. • Conduct internship programs that allow University students to go to the rural areas in Africa and share their knowledge with their counterparts. • Initiate scholarship programs to assist qualified students who want to pursue a higher education. • Create recreational facilities equipped with satellite televisions, in order to raise awareness among the youth and connect them with the rest of the world. • Conduct workshops on cultural, gender, and ethnic sensitivities. • Support initiatives combating illiteracy among women in the rural areas of Africa through adult education programs.