SDG 1 - No poverty - Promote Trade and Market Access
Promote the concept on symbiotic farming and cottage industrial that links multiple agricultural production such as Tilapia fish farming and rice, maize and cashew farming to co-exist with a cottage industry on the same farm or plot of land. The concept ensures quality production and cultivation methods through effective and efficient use of resources; enhanced reuse of by-products; reduced amounts of waste, fertiliser and pesticide applications per farmland, whiles the cottage industry ensure higher value-addition and quality control in the harvesting, storage, processing, packaging, marketing and distribution which facilitates both high local consumption patterns and exports returns.
Develop and implement effective communication strategy using all forms of media platforms to inform, educate and communicate with diverse target groups on specific trade and market access related issues and how they impact on the development and naming loosing and gaining countries or which their countries are responsible for our developed.
Organise Africa Regional Trade and Investment Summit to promote co-operation, collaboration and partnership among the relevant stakeholder in Regional and International Trade.
SDG 2 - Zero Hunger - Symbiotic Farming with Cottage Industry
SDG 3 - Good health and well being - Alternative Medicines and Improvement of Mental
Promote research, production, development and usage of alternative medicines in the treatment of medical conditions such Asthma, Epilepsy and Skin Conditions. Alternative medication have been part of the healthcare system of many African countries especially in mental health management for many centuries. Medical conditions such Asthma, Epilepsy (and other seizure disorders) and Skin Conditions (such as Acne, Eczema, Herpes, Urticaria) impact gravely on the mental health and well-being of most patients. Alternative medications have proven to cheaper, have higher efficacy in managing mental health conditions with very limited side effects.
SDG 4 - Quality Education
Promote Girl-child education and Science and Mathematics
Advocacy in the field of education by creating awareness on the need to improve the access to and quality of education. We have also done girl-child advocacy where we advocated for higher enrolment of girls in school as well as the study of science as a subject and empowering young girls to pursue it to the higher level. Abibiman building capacities of teachers in the primary and junior high schools in the area for science education as to enable them to make science as a subject more practical and interesting to better the understanding of especially girls as a means to encourage them to study the subject and pursue higher learning in the area of science. This is due to the fact that science education is best grasped through practical hands-on learning. Most public schools in many communities lack professional developments in such explorations.
Information Communication and Technology (ICT) Education Promotion
Promote Information Communication Technology (ICT) education by establishing well-furnished ICT Centres in selected secondary schools across the countries.
Tertiary Education Promotion
Promote tertiary education through infrastructural development and logistical support (building hostels, science laboratories, libraries)
SDG 5 - Gender Equality - Advocacy and Research on impacts of domestic, family-life, childcare and workplace environments on Gender Equality
Gender equality is not only a fundamental human right, but a necessary foundation for the promotion of peace, sustainable livelihoods and development in Africa and world at large. Abibiman Foundation advocate and research into the impacts of domestic, family-life and childcare on workplace environments, women’s economic empowerment and advancement and the communities at large.