Technology For Sustainable Economic Development
- Please list links to your Website and Social Media Platforms here:
- Describe in detail what your Organisation does:
Technology for Sustainable Economic Development (TSED), is a charity trust founded on the premises of wanting to leverage technology for sustainable economic development in Africa.
Changing communities, improving lives for a better self-sustaining Africa.
To be a leader in technology acceleration and the provision of innovative solutions to eradicate poverty and build self-sustaining communities.
Feed the Nation
The feed the nation programme exists to help Technology for Sustainable Economic Development (TSED) in the fulfilment of its objective in eradicating poverty and extreme hunger by ensuring food security, enhancing production and productivity and achieving higher local value addition. At Technology for Sustainable Economic Development (TSED) we believe that change begins at earliest stage of life in a society which is the family unit in the community. So our feed the nation programme is focused on transforming smaller farming families with growth potential and have a measurable positive socio-economic effect on community, employment (particularly for youth and women) and sustained household incomes.
Education for All
A prosperous and self-sustaining Africa is predicated on the development of Africa’s human resources. Well-functioning and sustainable national education and training systems are key tools in achieving this. Education is an important sector whose performance directly affects the quality and magnitude of Africa’s development.
Technology for Sustainable Economic
Development in support of Education for all hope to promote the acquisition of life-skills by adolescents and youth and expand adult literacy in areas pertaining technology.
Connect the Globe (Internet for All)
As part of Internet Global Challenge initiative that catalyses new models of public-private collaboration, with the aim of increasing affordable
internet access and relevant adoption, and developing a replicable methodology that can be scaled within and among other countries for the estimated 4 billion people who are not on the internet. TSED initiative will be action oriented with an objective to accelerate the achievement of internet for all, in partnership with the governments involved and under their leadership, and will involve private sector, civil society, experts, and the multilateral/bilateral community. The models developed will aim to serve as a basis for scaling up and replicating “internet for all” in African countries and regions.
Clean and Sustainable Energy for All
Energy access acts as a catalyst for development, enabling education and local business opportunities, improving health and welfare, and
enhancing democratic engagement. Africa is poised for breakneck economic growth in the coming decades because of its rich natural
resources, favourable demographics and overall scope for development compared to other parts of the world. But much of that growth will hinge on the availability of the power and electricity needed to ignite industries and enable everyday business activity throughout the
Technology for Sustainable Economic
Development’s main objective under the banner of Clean Sustainable Energy for all it helps Africa supply the most basic needs of energy to smaller communities with potential of a meaningful social economic development.
- How long has your Organisation been operational?
- In your opinion, what has been the most challenging aspect of running your Organisation?
Keeping the volunteers motivated and supportive to the things you would be doing.
- Describe your Nonprofit Journey in three words:
- Do you collaborate with other Causes? If yes, would you like to mention them?
NO , WE PRIORITIZE ON PRODUCING THE MUCH NEEDED RESULTS ON THE VISION WE HAVE
- If you had one Organisation wish, what would it be?
TO OPEN A WORKSHOP TO REFURBRISH TECNHOLOGY
- In your opinion, which skills do Nonprofits in your Country lack?
PLANNING AND MOBILIZATION
- Looking back at your Cause Journey, what advice would you give a newbie Organisation?
Keep trying and to never stop trying to innovate.
- If you could change one thing about the Nonprofit Landscape, what would it be?
HOW WE NGOS NETWORK AND DO OUR WORK ESPECIALLY IN AFRICA
- Which Cause achievement are you most proud of? Feel free to elaborate on why and include any links:
Gathering supporters from every region in my country
- Last question, if your friends had to describe your Organisation in three words, which would they use?