Key Strategic Objectives


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    The Ubuntu Institute seeks to achieve its mission through the following strategic approaches:
    Strategy One: Coordinating leadership responses in the SADC region with a focus on traditional and indigenous leaders to fight HIV/AIDS, poverty, lack of access to education and economic development opportunities, Gender discrimination and environmental degradation

    Strategy Two: Capacity Building - of indigenous traditional and cultural leadership institutions in the SADC region to better respond to poverty eradication, HIV/AIDS incidence rates reduction, Gender discrimination reduction, environmental degradation and tools to access education and economic development opportunities

    Strategy Three: Education & Awareness -Ubuntu will lead education and awareness programmes for youth in the SADC region on HIV/AIDS risk awareness, poverty eradication tools, economic development opportunities, environmental awareness and education opportunities.

    Strategy Four: Advocacy - Ubuntu will lead advocacy campaigns on HIV/AIDS issues, poverty eradication, education, economic development and Gender discrimination in the SADC region

    Strategy Five: Research - Ubuntu institute will conduct ongoing action-based research in the SADC region to inform evidence based interventions on HIV/AIDS, poverty eradication, Gender and women empowerment, environmental education and providing access to education and economic development opportunities.

    Read more on our programs page to see how we are implementing our strategic goals…