Three years ago, we launched CSAAEINC. Our mission was to help facilitate development in Africa through ethics, excellence in leadership and entrepreneurship programs for undergraduate and graduate students. Our mission was inspired by our conviction that underdevelopment in Africa is caused by a combination of failure of leadership, loss of moral and social sense as well as loss of African spirit of entrepreneurship.
CSAAEINC focuses on youths because we want to nurture a new generation of African leaders and workforce that will do the right thing and only the right thing for Africa. We relentlessly invest our money, time and talents in these young men and women because we believe in their potentials.
Today, CSAAEINC has helped over 2000 undergraduate and graduate students build the capacities, competencies and character for promising careers and to contribute to African socioeconomic development.
Today, we are preparing over 50 undergraduates for ethical and innovative leadership in Africa. In addition to shaping their morals, supporting their education and shinning bright lights on their future, we have also inspired them to think communally through community development projects. From novel farming ideas to recycling ventures. From encouraging dropouts to remain in school to promoting ethics on campus, these future leaders are building a better Africa.
We are proud to say that we have over 25 ongoing community development projects across Nigeria led by these future leaders each according to his or her dreams and talents.
But this is just the beginning. As these young people work their ways to influential positions, CSAAEINC is working with them each step of the way to bring the positive social change we all have long desired. Honestly, we now feel more confident than when we started that a new and better Africa is near with CSAAEINC.
Today, we launch CSAAEINC Newsletter to keep you informed on how we are renewing Africa from the grassroots. You can help facilitate development in Africa by sharing this newsletter with friends and families. Finally, if you love the work we are doing in Africa, consider making a donation to our Centre. Together we can make Africa a better place.
Rev. Fr. Dr. Godswill Agbagwa
Founder and President