Beulah Africa believes the natural resources industries of Africa have the potential to be a primary driver of the continent’s development. The organisation actively builds socioeconomic development capacity within these industries, bringing the public, private and NPO sectors together to meet the developmental needs of low-income, low-skilled or unemployed people and marginalised communities. They strive to bring about sustainable change by upskilling and empowering individuals to become economically active, facilitating community processes to mobilise engagement and project ownership, and ensuring socioeconomic compliance and projects.
The Beulah Africa flagship programme focuses on skills training at grassroots level to prevent vulnerable youth from engaging in high-risk behaviour to meet their basic needs. The project offers a sustainable livelihood solution to motivate and empower beneficiaries to take ownership of their futures, study, find employment or start businesses.