Who we are
CBINN Foundation empowers individuals in African Diaspora communities and rebuilds flouring communities to become interdepent and purposeful.
Activities are aimed to unleash the potential of children, youth, mothers and women of African Descendents.
Education, economic growth and personal development and consistency are key to the paradigm shift needed for pychological and social stability, mind prosperity and well-being of African Diaspora communities and neighborhoods.
The right to self development
Everyone has the right to self-determination, self-organization and self-development. A right to freedom, joy, happiness and expansion. A right to fulfil definiteness of purpose.
Structural marginalization disrupts the flow of development.
CBINN Foundation was founded on October 25 2012, to reset African Diaspora communities and gradually move from poverty to prosperity.
Strengthen your family
Build your community
The CBINN Foundation is well aware of the uphill challenges faced by African communities. Massive displacements from the African continent to various parts of the world maintained for too long, ran too deep and too broad, created different stages of psychological transformations.
Reprocussios are still felt in the everyday lives in all African Diaspora societies around the world.
The self-image of children, youth and women of African Descendents has been compromised
with detrimental effects on thinking levels of e.g. attaining success in education and a place in the world.
It is therefore of urgency that the
learnt-community within the African Diaspora communities and other sympathizers be actively involved to help change the narrative in African Diaspora communities from a glass half empty to a half full glass.
The process of reinventing ones self could be challenging. Reintegration in a new country means sometimes, assuming a new language and culture for a second or third time.
CBINN knows no borders. Our goal is to continue to expand our network to reach Africa Diaspora communities in Europe, Africa and the Caribbean.
Processes begin with a community-building
Five-step Plan in collaboration with already established organisations.
Our expertise in the languages English, Dutch, Spanish, Papiamento and French (Patwa)
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Send us an email to Cbinnfoundation@cbinn.eu
Our Five-Step Plan
Working within the framework of a Five-Step Plan to rebuild African Diaspora communities requires collaborative efforts and utilization of all assets in that community. Building sub-systems complementary to existing municipality programmes involves the creation a network of experts of Africans and organisations who take on the responsibilities of strengthening the weak.
It ensures that everyone is committed to the improvements of living conditions of all in the community, leaving no one behind.
Governmental/Municipalities and the social infrastructures
can play a major role in African Diaspora commuities.
Municipalities programmes are designed for mainstream living, however, the African Descendents need an additional self expressive
approach to giving meaning to their own lives.
Existing municipal systems or programs are well designed for the average citizen participation and integregation.
However, African Descendents bring added value through cultural expressions, languages, unique talents and ideas.
Working together with governmental agencies many structural solutions can be implemented by setting up sub-systems which offer continuity and resiliency. Programs also benefit communities-at-large.
Future Kidz Akadimya
After School Activities
where children use creativity and imagination to create whatever their minds desire.
STEM Art Music Homework
stimulate critical thinking
and forms a strong character.
Where there is no
people will perish.
EMPOWERING WOMEN THROUGH GROUP ECONOMICS
Women are in a unique position to bring lasting and positive change to any economy. Particularly women with no formal education have good management and financial skills. Single mothers are the sole providers of their families are creative and resourceful. Discovering, developing and utilizing hidden talents allows for self-expression and valuable contributions to society. Personal growth, increased self-esteem and positive role model in the homes inspire emulation.
Women of African Descent categorize talents, ideas and dreams which are income-generating.
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