Goals 4 Development

Africa will never thrive and reach its full potential if the cultural structures of its people are not honoured and incorporated into the prevailing business and economic structures. The 17 UN Global Goals for sustainable development cannot be successfully implemented in Africa if respect and consideration are not given to the generational cultural structures of its people.

G4D’s key value proposition is to bring the traditional leadership structures and cultural richness of African people into the plans for socio-economic transformation and the rollout of the UN Global Goals for sustainable development.

Billions of dollars of project and aid money have flowed into Africa for decades and have been lost because the implementation of the UN Global Goals for Sustainable Development has not included the indigenous structures of the people. This mistake must not be made again and is what G4D addresses in all its engagements.

G4D Kingdom Trust South Africa

UNGM NO: 532009
SIC CODE: 8399

G4D Governance Charter 2019.pdf
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G4D Trust in all African nations

G4D Trusts are being established in all African countries and will incorporate the traditional leadership structures of those countries so that project benefit flows to the communities and indigenous people represented by those structures. This is a very deliberate and unique strategy to ensure that the people of Africa can own and also benefit from the assets and economic resources that our Heavenly Father has given them in their land of inheritance. Projects identified by the various G4D Trusts in each country will also be targeted to positively impact the socio-economic lives of people at a grassroots level.

“10 For the love of money [that is, the greedy desire for it and the willingness to gain it unethically] is a root of all sorts of evil, and some by longing for it have wandered away from the faith and pierced themselves [through and through] with many sorrows.” 1 Timothy 6:10 AMP