In this section, we will highlight some our top priority sectors amongst a long list of sectors we are committed to, with a view to ensuring sustainable growth, job creation and poverty elevation – but more importantly, correcting social ills in these communities.
Malaria Eradication – Pesticides and Pest Control:
The latest UN resolution, expresses “grave concern” over the health burden of malaria worldwide, with 219 million cases and 435 000 deaths reported in 2017 alone. It recognizes that sub- Saharan Africa is the hardest hit by the disease, accounting for more than 90% of malaria deaths each year.
CeBe Group aims to be at the forefront of eradicating this disease. We are bent on fighting this disease with innovative products on one hand, and then, prevention, elimination and surveillance, on the other.
The role of an education crusade enlightening these communities on how to curb the number of deaths through malaria cannot be overemphasised.
The this end, we have embarked on creating our own customised brand, Harmony, of Mosquito Coil and Sprays, which we will revisit in the Projects section of this website.
Agriculture and Food Processing:
With food importation to the African Continent at record highs, the most flagged problem facing Africa is how to feed its 1.5 billion people by 2030, and 2 billion by 2050.
This is a daunting challenge that Africa, in partnership with the rest of the world must solve.
CeBe Group intends to meet these challenges, head-on, by contributing its quota to eradicating this long standing issue, and overly dependence of cheap imports which also has a ripple effect of stifling home grown produce.
We have commissioned large scale agricultural projects that ensures food security for a population, created jobs – whilst tackling common storage and logistics issues.
We also have a fledgling food processing plant.
Construction and Real Estate:
By 2030, UN-Habitat estimates that 3 billion people, about 40 per cent of the world’s population, will need access to adequate housing. This translates into a demand for about 96,000 new affordable and accessible housing units every day.
In addition, an estimated 100 million people worldwide are homeless. One in four people live in harmful conditions, that is, conditions that are harmful to their health, safety and prosperity.
Access to housing is a precondition for access to employment, education, health, and social services.
In order to address these current housing deficits on the African Continent, CeBe Group is privately working with Stakeholders at all levels of government and the private sector to put housing at the centre of our urban policies.
CeBe Group is heavily involved in Real Estate investment and development in sub-Saharan Africa primarily. We are also active players in the European market.