Message from the Founder

Amid poverty, poor skills, growing political instability and social issues in most parts of Africa, the demand for relevant skill programs across the African continent is growing and the need is drastically outstripping the supply.

CELBMD Africa’s programs are designed to aid university students, job seekers, young professionals, entrepreneurs, business executives to always be value creators. Join us today and take one of our interesting programs and be equipped with unique skills to be exceptional. CELBMD Africa also aim at accelerating Youth Empowerment & Development across Africa for sustainable growth in Africa. CELBMD Africa projects are designed to point young people in the right direction to enable them play constructive quota in continent/nation building. We believe in the power of youths. To promote sustainable development and economic empowerment in Africa, African leaders as a matter of now must implement new educational models unlike the one that has been existing with little or no transformation effect. At CELBMD Africa, we are already walking the talk with a total of 9850 equipped through trainers led practical sessions

The African Continent is at a point in time where they need competencies such as creativity, problem solving, initiative, value creation and transformational leadership capabilities.

A CALL TO TRANSFORM AFRICA

Africa is experiencing an unprecedented wave of senseless violence, brutality and crime, the outcome of frustrated youths who are struggling to fit into a world that does not have opportunities that match their aspirations. That is why Youth Empowerment/Training is a top Agenda for CELBMD Africa.
We need to equip young Africans with the skills they need to thrive in the modern world. This is critical if we want to move African Countries from emerging to developed markets and to harness this emerging talent that our youth represent.


We are concerned about Africa

We need to equip young Africans with the skills they need to thrive in the modern world. This is critical if we want to move African Countries from emerging to developed markets and to harness this emerging talent that our youth represent.

We believe the transformation Africa needs should start by equipping the youths, and making sure that everyones opinion count. If Africa should grow its markets, its economy and socio-cultural status, the youths most be prepared to handle the task proficienly.