Partnership with Najala University
capacity building through education 2022
Africa is the world’s youngest continent, with 60% of the population under the age of 25. Furthermore, the population of sub-Saharan Africa is on target to double before the year 2050. The Khalil Garnem Foundation continues to focus on one of its mission on capacity building through educating the youth on social change, leadership, and entrepreneurial vision.
In February, 2022, The Khalil Garnem Foundation in partnership with Njala University, Bo Campus invited Isaac Cudjoe and Amos Izerimana to virtually speak on entrepreneurship and social change to public health and other health sciences graduates.
Isaac Cudjoe is a community organizer, social entrepreneur, and an Equity Specialist who champions diversity, equity, and inclusion. In 2019, Isaac co-founded the ReTurn Movement and Brothers With Books. Isaac is a collaborative and strategic leader with demonstrated success as an active participant and in partnership with domestic and international organizations in developing countries and within the United States. With a Ph.D in Public Policy and Administration, Isaac is also Co-Chief Executive Officer at Peace First.
"Social change is all about changing human interactions, and about filling the gap where institutions are falling short.
"Social change is really about collaboration.
The wealth of knowledge around you is really immense and when you’re materializing it into action, you see that you’re developing the potential for social change. Don’t be afraid to be a pioneer."
Donated computers, books, and other educational instruments.