Our Services

We provide a wide range of service that significantly impacts the housing sector and use of housing for economic growth in developing countries. We support African countries in defining and implementing their Net Zero Agenda.

Provide Improved/Increased access to Quality Healthcare

Healthcare systems in Africa suffer from neglect and underfunding, leading to poor health outcomes for many, debilitating illness and preventable deaths. Notably, majority of African countries are unable to meet the basic requirement for good healthcare systems. Some of the factors responsible for this include:

  • Inadequate funding and investments in the health sector
  • Poor governance and human resource challenges
  • Dilapidated healthcare systems

 The goal of FIJAD is to improve and increase access to quality healthcare systems for citizens through:

  • Increased access to training and capacity building
  • Advocacy and increase political engagement
  • Working with funders to monitor investments and improve healthcare infrastructure
  • Increased collaboration among stakeholders to address health issues
  • Improved capacity to prevent and control diseases
  • Facilitating leadership and management training
  • Monitoring and evaluation of healthcare services
  • Developing initiatives to advance quality medical care in rural

Promoting patient-centred care and high-quality service.

Develop A Net Zero Agenda and Pathway for Africa

Achieving ‘net zero’ carbon emissions has become a key context in global climate platform, driving policy development, analysis, and investments. It is important that Africa sets a Net Zero Agenda which reflects its unique position and is influenced by the need of the people and industries. We support African countries in transitioning to Net Zero in a just and equitable way, while also mapping out viable pathways (through co-production).

Net Zero Pathway

  • Support African countries to define Net Zero and set own Net Zero Agenda
  • Support the emergence of an African Net Zero future that is just, equitable and prosperous
  • Identify new business models to accelerate Net Zero emergence

Net Zero Strategies

  • Place sustainable development at the centre of energy use and economic development
  • Develop strategies to meet future energy demands and environmental targets
  • Encourage R&D and investment in green, and sustainable initiatives.

Energy Analysis & Use

  • Develop African centric energy modelling to drive transitioning to a Net Zero.
  • Support the strengthening of African institutions to lead on Net Zero
  • Identify viable transition pathways to Net Zero
  • Support decision-makers to make informed decision making on energy
  • Drive community and citizen engagement through education and behavioural change

Energy Poverty & Economic Development

  • Reduce energy use in new and existing buildings, and neighbourhoods
  • Reduce energy consumption in business operations
  • Encourage the use of renewable energies
  • Promote architectural and urban quality

Deliver Educational Empowerment

FIJAD support countries to deliver educational improvement programmes which include both formal and informal learning systems as well as opportunities in data related courses/training for students, teachers and local communities. Crucially, this focuses on building future workforce to meet ongoing and future skills demand through:

  • Integrated and Interdisciplinary skills essential for the 21st century work place
  • Access to global learning tools thereby bringing the students and their teachers in touch with international learning standards
  • Tools to adapt and lead in the development of long term personal and educational skills
  • Practical and research learning tools
  • Access to relevant teaching and learning technologies towards excellent educational attainment
  • Targeted training to increase interests, participation, and collaboration of young Africans in S.T.E.M competencies (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) 

Develop & Deliver Functioning Housing and Infrastructure Systems

Essentially, a well-functioning housing system which meets the needs of all households is pivotal to addressing national, regional and local infrastructure and economic challenges We help countries to develop and deliver:

  • A well-functioning housing system- mixed community, availability of choice, affordable homes and growth of supply. It also drives economic growth.
  • High quality sustainable homes- safe & secure, energy efficiency and, health & well-being. Helps to
  • Homes that meet people’s needs- transportation, business & employment, recreation, good quality education.
  • Sustainable Communities- economic diversification, physically, tourism, technology connectivity, smart city capability and socially sustainable, climate change/reduction in carbon. Supports regeneration of cities and slums.

We also help to develop a robust infrastructure system which supports economic development, promote labour mobility and place making.

Carryout Feasibility Studies and Dynamic Project Monitoring

At FIJAD, we carry out feasibility studies for organisations, companies and countries seeking to invest in Africa to analyse relevant factors including market, technical, financial and other factors that may impact the success or failure of such investment or project. Through feasibility studies, we provide investors with ‘project intelligence’ to enable them make informed decisions when:

  • Planning to invest in a new market or country
  • Increasing investment to a new area within the country or current area of investments
  • Providing grant or loans to projects and/or organisations for a particular project or programme. 

In addition, following the decisions to invest or provide grants/loans, we provide dynamic project monitoring to ensure projects or investments continue to remain on track and are financially viable. We provide on the ground ‘independent eye’ when monitoring projects and investments. Integrity remains our corner stone and we will ensure this is demonstrated throughout the process.

Develop Strategic Development Plans for Countries

We develop robust development plans and strategies to address and drive social, economic, healthcare, technological development across African countries taking into consideration unique national and local demands. Some of the Strategic Development Plans include: 

  • South Sudan Strategic Development Plan, developed before this country gained independence, this strategy provided a robust framework which were fundamental to the development of South Sudan ’s economy, healthcare system, agriculture, education, welfare and transport, housing and infrastructure.
  • A New City Development Plan for Tanzania sets out the strategies on identifying and developing a new capital city in Tanzania to replace the current capital city of Dar-es-Salaam, which is facing overpopulation and climate challenge among others.
  • Strategic Development Plan for the Development of the North East Economy is aimed at the re-development of the core states that have been affected by insurgence in Nigeria (Adamawa, Bauchi, Borno, Yobe and the Northern states) to allow displaced persons are able to effectively resettle.
  • Development Agenda for Liberia outlines plans to develop key sectors of the economy to enable Liberia realise its full developmental and economic potentials, taking into cognisance the challenges of the past.
  • Ore Central Business District and Olokola Port Development Authority (Nigeria) identifies and sets out a robust plan to develop an alternative city which provides strategic advantages which, are similar to Lagos

The Strategic Development Plan delivers a wide range of benefits to countries across Africa including economic development & diversification, job creation, infrastructure development, efficiency in service delivery, improvement in governance and civil society participation in governance.


Project Initiatives

School Building Project

The 21st Century School Project aims to provide students, teachers and local communities with a ‘fit for purpose’ school system which, meets the standards of a 21st century educational and learning environment.

Strategic Development Plan for the Internally Displaced Persons (STRAD-PIP)

The needs of displaced persons are not different from the needs others. Essentially, displaced persons need good quality housing and related infrastructure in a stable, safe and secure environment.

Strategic Urban Regeneration Plan (SURPLA)

Our aim is to work with all stakeholders and partners in regenerating urban areas, particularly, slums to ensure urban dwellers have access to the services which enhance their livelihood.

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