The foundation focuses its work around four thematic areas:
The foundation believes healthcare is central to human happiness and well-being, particularly in many developing countries where more than half of the population are young people. Youths, who are risk-takers, make important contributions to economic progress and require quality health care services, as healthy populations live longer and are more productive.
Early Childhood Education & Development
The foundation believes the preparatory years of an individual in terms of emotional, social and physical development, have a direct impact on their overall development, the adult they become, and the society we have. This makes investments in children and young people paramount.
Youth Leadership Development & Engagement
The foundation believes youth engagement and leadership development in young people contributes greatly to their overall development as well as that of their communities and nations. Necessary skills needed for success in today’s world must be available for young people everywhere to build a sound and sustainable future.
Family Strengthening & Livelihood
The foundation believes in providing support and assistance needed to create productive and resilient livelihoods to the most vulnerable families and break the cycle of intergenerational poverty by 2030 to enable these children and families to reach their full potential.