Africa Tomorrow Plus is a non-profit organization founded to support and promote development projects for children and young people across the world through education, integration, training, counselling, talent promotion, provision of opportunities, welfare, leisure activities and cultural events.
The concept originated from Africans who have been living in Europe for years and saw the need to unite, support, and encourage Africans in the diaspora and also to add value to the system of whichever country they are. Over the years, the concept has evolved to pursuing an equitable, free and sustainable future for children and youths, with a focus on the most vulnerable in Africa.
Our programs are aimed at children of different nationalities, young people, and the elderly with a goal of promoting self-value, equality, tolerance, international relationships, and cooperation. The encounters within these programs help the participants to get to know each other in a playful way and thus breaking down prejudices in a targeted manner. As participants work together in a positive environment, hearts, minds, and souls are opened to build trust, understanding, acceptance, and tolerance.
The association is dedicated solely and directly to non-profit charitable purposes. Our projects are carried out in close cooperation with, Non-Governmental Organizations, Companies, Schools, Local governments, and individual partners in the community we are in.
Our vision is a free, equal and sustainable world for marginalized, underrepresented, disadvantaged, or vulnerable children and youth.
We are a non-profit organization formed by voluntary actions of individuals committed to pursuing a free, equal and sustainable future for all. Our core values include social justice and equity, respect for human rights, collective action and solidarity, unity in diversity, transparency, accountability, and a service beyond self.
We collaborate with our partners to promote social equality, fairness, and justice, particularly for the most vulnerable.
Respect for human rights underpins our approach to ensuring each individual’s dignity as well as the well-being of individuals and communities.
We believe that by working together, we can accomplish so much more. We collaborate with partners from various societies to effect positive change and have a significant and lasting impact.
Through our policies and procedures, as well as all of our actions, we ensure that we are transparent and accountable to our partners, stakeholders and the general public.
We respect and value individual differences in age, gender, ethnicity, education, physical abilities, race, and religion, and foster cooperation and joint action to give disadvantaged children around the world a better life.
We responsibly take up societal issues and serve the community.
Kenneth Eze is a songwriter, singer, vocal coach and a music producer. A father of two. Mr. Eze grew up in Cameroon with both parents, Nigerians. He travelled 1995 to Germany to continue his education. He has been working voluntarily in Germany with children and youth since 1996.
In addition to his passion for music, working with children, as well as musical cooperation with them and achieving set goals are among his passions. With the support of the German government, FC Werder Bremen, and other freewill donors, he built a music studio for children and youths in Bremen-Germany.
Mr. Eze published his first children’s book “Friends forever” in 2018 and cemented a desire to become an Author. The book has been translated into many languages amongst, English, German, French and Swedish.
His childhood aspirations helped him to achieve this goal in Germany. He set himself the goal of encouraging children and young people with the belief that: “You can move mountains and everything is possible if you give your best.”
Our programs are carried out in close cooperation with non-governmental organizations, companies, schools, local governments, individual partners and more.
Across the world, we work to meet the needs of marginalized, underrepresented, disadvantaged, and vulnerable children and youth. Let’s break down economic and civic barriers so that young people can pursue their dreams without restraints.