CALD International promotes global partnerships, use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT's) and Volunteerism/philanthropy by developing structures or networks that facilitate access to timely and relevant information and resources, innovative and competitive education, local and international business and development opportunities that will enable both the African communities and our partners to compete globally
Top Cup Coffee
Top Cup Coffee is a CALD Enterprise Brand/Trade mark that facilitates coffee fair trade in Africa
Our goal is to develop a global or international partnerships that will help smallholder coffee farmers in Kenya and Africa link with Coffee Research Institute's information and training center through the existing coffee cooperative societies and factories using Information and Communication Technologies (ICT's) that will enable flow of information on improved varieties, better growing practices, value addition and get a better price for coffee beans by setting up a direct coffee exchange fair trade market portal.
Our mission is toestablish a collaborative and sustainable social enterprise enabled through use of ICT’s to ease flow of information on improved coffee varieties, better growing practices, value addition and get a better price for coffee beans by setting up a direct coffee exchange fair trade market portal. This will increase their crop production, improve the sustainability of their farms and improve their livelihoodsby providing a sustainable financial support for family household incomes and in turn enable access and affordability to better education, health services and other social needs in rural coffee growing communities in Kenya and Africa.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 12:00 MIDNIGHT EASTERN STANDARD TIME MONDAY JANUARY 27, 2014
The Washington Fellowship is the flagship program of President Obama’s Young African Leaders Initiative. President Obama launched YALI in 2010 to support young African leaders as they spur growth and prosperity, strengthen democratic governance, and enhance peace and security across Africa. The Washington Fellowship, which begins in 2014, will bring 500 young leaders to the United States each year for academic coursework and leadership training and will create unique opportunities in Africa for Fellows to put new skills to practical use in leading organizations, communities, and countries.
The online application for the Washington Fellowship is currently available. Completed applications, including all supporting documents, are due by 12:00 midnight Eastern Standard Time, January 27, 2014. All applications must be submitted via the online application system. The application instructions provide detailed…
I have been following Kelechi's (at Fantsuam Foundation, Nigeria) messages about the fight at Kafanchan on facebook, this is disturbing information and pictures of dead people bodies burning, people fleeing and the kafanchan market burning. This is the local news link from the Sahara Reporters http://saharareporters.com/news-page/post-election-riots-kafanchan-burns?page=2 titled Post Election Riots: Kafanchan Burns.
We all understand the impact this would be to FF family, community, friends, clients, partners and work that has been build through hard work for years to make a difference in this community. "One week of fighting can destroy years of hard work" I understand this situation because i experienced the 2007 post election violence in Kenya, the TT project that had kicked off well stopped due to politics and fighting.
From history, these grunges in Kafanchan or the the north central Nigeria between Christians and Muslims have been there for years and t…
The Unique iMlango ProgrammeiMlango is about improving education. We believe that access to the internet and delivering smart digital education services and content helps to improve the education experience and outcomes for children. The programme aims to deliver improved education outcomes to 150,000 children, in 205 schools, and delivers digital attendance monitoring, broadband internet access via satellite and a host of online learning resources to help teachers and students. We are aiming to bring the potential of digital learning and the digital economy to the communities around the schools too. iMlango is delivered by a number of companies in Kenya and the United Kingdom – working in partnership with the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) - and is supported by the Kenyan Ministry of Education, Science and Technology. For more information go to: - http://www.imlango.com/