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Working to improve the quality of public education in Africa.

Ducere Foundation is the social enterprise arm of Ducere Global Business School, with its head office located in Melbourne, Australia. For over 7 years we have been contributing to education in Africa through our African Children’s Stories program and through providing greater access to tertiary education for Africans through our online, world class, career-ready Bachelor and MBA degrees.

In line with the Sustainable Development Goal 4, Ducere Foundation is committed to advancing quality education across Africa through our training, publication, distribution of African-centric books and by offering affordable, online, world class degrees to the African market.

Our programs have to date spanned 25 African countries and our vision is to expand into all 55 African countries by 2025.
 

The Foundation has the conscience of a not for profit and the mindset of a global enterprise.

Our Programs

African Children’s Stories

Each collection, written by African students, involves creative writing, personal reflection on culture and real-life situations with the preservation of the oral traditions and stories of the local community.

Higher Education

Ducere offers affordable, industry relevant, accessible and world-class career-ready online degrees to the African market. Be a part of Africa’s transformation.

Purchase a collection

Your investment in the African Children’s Stories program allows us to distribute these books across Africa – giving children strength in their national identity while appreciating cultural differences.

“It has been my pleasure to work with the Ducere Foundation, encouraging all schools across Mauritius and Rodrigues to expand their understanding and joy in story writing and story-telling. Over eighty students from the Republic have had their creative works – stories, poems and illustrations – published and shared across many African nations.”

Director Primary & Curriculum Development and Evaluation and ASG NATCOM UNESCO, Ministry of Education, Tertiary Education, Science and Technology, Republic of Mauritius
Over
800k
booked distributed across Africa
 
60
collections of African Children's Stories published
More than
22k
stories reviewed for publication
 
$3M
invested in African Children's Stories

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