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Strategic Developmental Scholarship:        A Unique Approach to Community      Sustainable Development

To improve the lives of as many people as possible in a relatively short time period, we are using development projects’ activities for teaching / learning, training, conducting research, and providing public services.

Our Current Community Sustainable              Development Initiatives and their Status:

  • Locally:

  1. Community Problem Solving Environment:   Partnering with universities on computer-assisted action research and problem solving.
  2. Homelessness and Juvenile Delinquency:   Partnering with universities through Higher-Education-Led Public-Private Partnership (HELP3) on search for ways to disassemble learned helplessness and hopelessness relating to poverty and homelessness.
  3. District Level Transitional Living:   Developing district level strategy that provides homeless with living accommodations and skills development leading to self-sufficiency.
  • Internationally:

  1. Rehabilitation of the Ikere Gorge Dam:   Links universities (BU, OAU and UI, UMES) to provide teams of engineers and researchers for community sustainable development initiatives whose activities are used for learning / teaching, training, conducting research and providing public services. Currently working on the agreement for collaboratively rehabilitating the Ikere Gorge multipurpose dam to provide electricity and water for drinking, irrigation and fishery.


Propagating Excellence for Quality of Life Improvement