There is no greater, or more sensible, investment to be made toward successful development than in human capital. This is the foundation of community. It forms the very structures of philosophies like botho or ubuntu – the recognition that in the well-being and attainment of dignified living by others beyond oneself, the whole benefits.
However, this investment is often corrupted through the power structures at play in many societies across the world in favour of those that generate readily tangible monetary and fiscal profits. In a move against this well-established trend, one organisation is making inroads to prevent its intergenerational transfer.
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