Sasaeinia Paul started Salvage Africa five years ago. The goal of the project is to redefine standards in Africa through leadership and overcome corruption. This is achieved by encouraging quarterly focus groups and discussion sessions with Senior business, civil society officials, MPs, Law University students or professor and Africans in diaspora to discuss the state of corruption in Africa and what might be done to overcome it. To date 1700 students have attended these events. The young Africans who attend go back home and mentor young Africans in their respective countries. The events organised also include skills training and the tackling of youth unemployment through workshops on a bi-weekly basis – encouraging young Africans to find and create employment themselves and teach others to reduce their susceptibility to the corruption they see around them.
Last updated: 25 June 2018