Our Current Projects
Financing local entrepreneurs to effect the country of Burundi from the local community level.
Leading Nations Inc is working closely with Gambia in solving their drainage issues that have caused displacement and death seasonally for 35 years. We are currently working with Thornton Tomassetti, a leading engineering firm who specializes in such solutions. Leading Nations has the full support of the Vice President’s office which oversees their National Disaster Management Agency (NDMA). The NDMA and Leading Nations are changing the future by redesigning in the present a more effective drainage system.
Leading Nations Inc has built a bridge between Texas A&M and the Borlaug Institute (Agriculture arm of Texas A&M) with the Ministry of Agriculture of Burundi. We are working in developing the following with Dr. Deo-Guide RUREMA the Minister of Agriculture in improving the food production and health for all.
Capacity Building: Scholarships
Burundi would like for qualified students to gain access to The Borlaug Institute for the purpose of returning to the nation to educate farmers and work alongside to increase yields and improve methodology. They welcome the thought of educators coming to Burundi to invest knowledge ‘in house” accomplishing the same outcomes as previously stated.
Horticulture and Greenhouse Technologies
To develop within the country for science, testing, and the ability to explore and invest towards the specific needs within Burundi. To sustain by increasing the budget (the overall agriculture budget in Burundi has increased approximately 10%) and be able to solicit outside funding.
Agribusiness Knowledge as Science
To share knowledge and help agriculture producers become more successful by providing skills needed. Merging the ability of business and science to produce greater yields and increase profit. Looking for development in crop management, livestock management and business plans. This coincides with the others listed that seed science, seed quality, avoidance of diseases, irrigation technology, for the improving of GDP and stability of markets.
The shared sciences and technology is improving tea and coffee output increasing export, irrigation technology, and improving potato production through seed quality, increased yields, and help in the avoidance of diseases.
Leading Nations Inc. is working alongside the First Lady of Burundi Angeline NDAYUBAHA NDAYISHIMIYE, founder of Fondation Bonne Action. An NGO dedicated to the betterment of health for Burundians. Currently we are working together to complete the ongoing hospital project in Gitega Province which is at three floors in its construction. This hospital will specialize in maternity, and at the same time start a mobile service to follow pregnant mothers from conception to birth. This will help to significantly reduce neonatal deaths.
The American Kurdistan Life Center will consist of four(4) components:
A General Hospital
Five(5) Commercial Buildings
Six (6) Specialized Hospitals
A Medical School
The AKLC will be designed and constructed in four consecutive phases as a high end medical complex primarily serving the populations of Kurdistan and Iraq. Investors will reap their returns from a. the operations of the entire complex and or b. the sale of individual components of the complex.