Ubuntu (a Zulu word embodying the concept that a person is a person only through other people and that community is a primary building block of a humane society) and Innovation.
We have found that bringing innovative ideas to life requires collaboration, systems thinking, and a shared vision. Grounded in deep listening and an adaptive-leadership approach, InnoVuntu seeks to create a whole new paradigm for people, the environment, and the economy to thrive in uncertain and dynamic times.
Tackle the Climate Crisis
Cultivate systems-based solutions, especially for the women and youth who are hardest hit by the impacts of climate change and inequality but have the fewest resources to bear the burden.
Boost Innovation, Jobs & Livelihoods
Grow jobs that enhance livelihoods and their sustainability by laying the groundwork for developing a healthy, sustainable economy.
Catalyze investments that advance climate restoration, equitable opportunities, sustainable food production and livelihoods, and innovation.
Train leaders to adapt to uncertain times, think systemically, and cultivate new, denser, and richer social networks among change agents.
The African Leadership Transformation (ALT) Foundation, in partnership with the University of Zambia, is launching InnoVuntu, a project designed to: