CSAAE is a non-profit dedicated to helping young people build great careers, cultivate a spirit of entrepreneurship, become leaders of character and embrace their roles as critical actors in building a better Africa. The Centre pursues its mission through three distinct programs that share the common goal of creating positive social, economic and political change one person at a time. They are:
Effective Leaders Program – ELP
Nurtures Aspiring Leaders committed to the development of Africa
Aspiring Leaders Enjoy:
- University Scholarships
- Character Formation & Ethics Training
- Start-up and scale-up support
- Leadership Skills Training
- Access to established leaders for mentoring
- Recommendation for leadership positions
Career Building & Entrepreneurship Program- CBEP
Helps young people get the education they need, secure employments or establish enterprises that contribute to the development of Africa.
Youth Ethics and Anticorruption Program – YEAP
Raises the consciousness of young people to the importance of ethics towards development and empowers them to fight for:
Rule of Law
Local Government Good Governance Monitor Project is a project dedicated to advancing efficient delivery of public primary health and primary education in South Eastern Nigeria
Sorosoke is a project aimed at ending police brutality and human rights violations in South Eastern Nigeria.
Nigerian business owners have found it hard to do business and its women have a lot to say about it. They have to manage the burden of being a woman, mother, and entrepreneur at the same time.
Over the past few months, several Nigerian...
It is very worrisome that society now encourages some of these “get rich quick” mentality, everyone wants to make it and no one wants to go an extra mile through hard work, honesty, prudence, and dignity of labor which surely pays off at the end.
With support from you, CSAAE can expand its program activities and deepen the positive impact they have on Africa’s youth who have the power to shape more positive futures for themselves and others. For the rest of the world, this would mean fewer waves of migration, war, terrorism, cybercrime and other forms of crime that African youths engage in out of frustration and lack of opportunity