McKINLEY REMEDIATION AFRICA LTD, a company under formation in Nairobi, Kenya, with the purpose of integral remediation – the act or process of remedying/curing something that is undesirable or deficient, and improving or correcting a situation, is governed as a high social impact and community interest business.
Guided by the African Philosophy of Ubuntu:
UBUNTU is an African word that originated from Nguni and Bantu tribes. The sounds and letters of Ubuntu don’t do it justice, as the philosophy and concepts behind the word Ubuntu are multifaceted.
UBUNTU is the capacity in African culture to express compassion, reciprocity, dignity, harmony, and humanity in the interest of building and maintaining a community with justice and mutual caring. Ubuntu is not just an African philosophy, but a spirituality and an ethic of African traditional life.
Ubuntu is essentially about togetherness, and how all of our actions have an impact on others and on society.
We will empower socio-economic and environmental impact projects with a “bottom-up” on-the-ground approach, providing funding, resources, regenerative technologies, infrastructure, know-how, expertise, and education, working closely and, most importantly, listening carefully to the communities that are directly or indirectly impacted by and will be an integral part of our projects. We highly appreciate and value the innate wisdom of the people and the beautiful UBUNTU Spirit and Power of Communities that we have experienced in Africa. We desire to validate, foster, nurture, support, entrust, and enable communities and build long-lasting relationships.
Once we are in service, we will by default create political capital and goodwill as we have built and are operating a ground-up sustainable regenerative business model focused on creating multi-tier benefits working closely together with governments. Our work will grow and expand over time and initially benefit Kenya to responsibly extend further into other countries in Africa.
Based upon our strong focused purpose together with the HOW we are enabled and empowered to govern and conduct our business, we are convinced that our business is in stark contrast to other companies with similar objectives, yet that are embedded in a different governance and operational framework to us.
Being part of the McKinley Group of Companies allows us to tap into a multiverse of resources, know-how, expertise, support, experience, regenerative technologies, and more, and with that, harness the beautiful Spirit of the McKinley Group of Companies: – it's not just good Business; it’s a unique Lifestyle doing outstanding Business!
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Quick Facts About Africa
Continent Size: Second largest in the world
Africa ranks number 2 among regions of the world (roughly equivalent to "continents"), ordered by population.
The current population of Africa is 1,425,694,529 as of Sunday,
February 26, 2023, based on the latest United Nations estimates.
Africa's population is equivalent to 16.72% of the total world population.
The population density in Africa is 45 per Km2 (117 people per mi2).
The Continent’s Population will more than double by 2050.
The total land area is 29,648,481 Km2 (11,447,338 sq. miles)
43.8 % of the population is urban (587,737,793 people in 2019)
The median age in Africa is 19.7 years.
The World’s Fastest-Growing Economies are in Africa.
Illiteracy is as high as 40% across the continent.
There are 54 countries.
The African continent has approximately 3,000 distinct ethnic groups.
Around 2,000 different languages are spoken in Africa.
Around 3,000 children die of Malaria every single day in Africa, and 90% of all Malaria cases across the world occur here.
Africa’s mining is well known, and the continent produces at least 90% of the diamonds, 50% of the gold, cobalt (60%), and platinum (90%) in the whole world.
Africa’s deforestation rate is twice the average rate for the rest of the world. There are four million hectares of forest destroyed each year and some countries here in Africa have less than 1% of primary forest remaining.