Welcome to AlkebuLANs Money, the new Pan-African currency that will revolutionize trade between African countries. With 55 countries making up the African continent, a single currency has been desperately needed to facilitate trade and boost economic growth. While past attempts such as the East African shilling and the ECOWAS have not come to fruition, AlkebuLANs Money is the answer to the continent's financial needs.
Based in Kigali, Rwanda, AlkebuLANs Money Ltd is committed to providing a seamless, user-friendly experience for sending, receiving, holding, and trading currency. Our innovative Lobstr wallet for Stellar LAN and Trust Wallet, Metamask Wallet or any BEP20 wallet for BEP20 LAN allows you to trade with ease, while the AlkebuLANs Exchange will be live in early 2024. The trading fees will be zero to help all Alkebulans to be able to use the exchange, making it accessible to everyone.
With a limited number of coins - only 1,200,000,000 - AlkebuLANs Money offers a stable currency that is not subject to inflationary pressures. The total liquidity (100%) is locked until 03-04-2033, ensuring the stability and security of the currency.
AlkebuLANs Money has the potential to increase intra-African trade, raising it from the current 12% to 60%. This means that African businesses can export goods to the world without worrying about currency conversions, while individuals can transact with ease, knowing that their money is safe and secure.
We are proud to offer One Africa, One Coin, a currency that unites the continent and empowers its people. Join us in our mission to make African Money for Africans, and experience the benefits of AlkebuLANs Money today.
with more than half of all youth between the ages of 12 and 24 years out of school, a problem particularly large in low-income, Francophone, and fragile or conflict-affected countries. Other factors include
(1) gender and urban/rural disparities,
(2) early marriage,
(3) parental attitudes toward education, and
(4) the household sector of employment and income-generating capacity.
The low latitude of the landmass is another asset: much of the continent lies in the intertropical zone, where the intensity and the strength of the sunlight are always high. The area contains lots of vast sun-drenched arid and semi-arid expanses in the north, in the south, and to a lesser extent in the east. About two-fifths of the continent is desert, and thus continuously sunny.
By setting up rain catchment tanks or attenuation tanks these can hold in excess of 100,000 liters. By protecting natural springs. By building sand dams to contain water. By rehabilitating old wells and building new wells the water problem could be reduced.
Geothermal energy is a form of renewable energy that can produce sustainable electricity using the Earth’s own resources. It is generated and stored in the earth and can be captured from hot water springs or reservoirs located near the surface. These hot springs are found where water percolates into areas of volcanic activity in the Earth’s crust and becomes superheated before forcing its way back to the surface. Heat derived from hot water can be converted into electricity through electromagnetic induction. Geothermal heat can provide electrical power that is not dependent on weather conditions, making it a reliable renewable source of energy.
Trees are a vital resource for rural poor communities in Africa. They provide shade and shelter, help to prevent soil erosion, restore degraded land, and can be a valuable source of food and nutrition. tackling poverty and improving the lives of local communities. Tree planting is also one of the most effective ways to mitigate the effects of climate change. A single mature tree can remove upwards of 25kgs of harmful greenhouse gases out of the atmosphere. Carbon sequestration might not be the main reason why African families plant on their small farms, trees offer a win-win for African communities as rural poor families, while least responsible, are amongst the most vulnerable to the effects of climate change.
Boosting the productivity of farmers who grow staple crops on small plots of land, in staples, but also other crops and livestock can help poor people in Africa leverage the food system, earning more money from what they grow and helping meet the demand coming from cities for higher-value crops.
WE ARE TWO CIVIL ENGINEERS WITH MORE THAN 50 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN THE UK CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
We are two Civil Engineers with more than 50 years of experience in the UK construction industry.
Through the help of local volunteers promote the coin in all 55 countries. Currently we have volunteers in Rwanda and Ghana. We ara desperately seeking for volunteers in other countries in Africa.
Our goal is to create a selfsufficient Africa. An Africa where every man, woman and child sleeps at night without worrying about where the food is going to come from tomorrow. An Africa where every child gets his/her basic education. An Africa where all men & women join force to help each other as one people.
Our mission is to not stop what we started to achieve. Not to stop until every village in Africa enjoys the basics a man, woman & child is entitled to. Not to stop until Africa sits in the G20 as equal partner.
WE ARE A HIGHLY MOTIVATED TEAM WHO ARE FULLY FOCUSSED ON ACHIEVING WHAT WE STARTED TO ACHIEVE. OUR YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN MANAGING CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS GIVES US THE ABILITY TO CARRY THIS PROJECT TO GREAT SUCCESS.
Started his career as a civil engineer, progressing to Site Management and since 2014 running his own construction company.
Started his career as a civil Engineer. Progressing to Senior Engineer then on to Planning Engineer. Currently working as Planning Manager for Clarion HG
Started his career as a programmer. Progressing to more advanced IT. Currently managing a team of IT personals.
Business Startup Manager
Project Management and environmental affairs professional, experienced in the implementation of public-private partnerships, business and economic development. Proven track record in delivering Management and infrastructure projects. Extensive experience in managing people and project budgets, stakeholder engagement including governmental agencies. Excellent interpersonal skills with strong Corporate Law abilities: able to build strong working relationships across all levels, from front-line staff to board members/C level executives.
Jean Claude Daddy Sekanyambo
A highly motivated and driven Corporate and Business Development Management with more than 7 years of experience in high level sales environments. Confident, hardworking with a proven track record for first class Sales, marketing management and client satisfaction. Always on task with an ability to identify key Sales and marketing strategies and implement account direction positively. An excellent leader with an emphasis on utilizing the strengths of colleagues and creating an environment of forward thinking ideas driven by business needs, sales targets and innovative marketing solutions. Core Competencies and Skills: - Sales and Marketing management - Business Development - Product Development - Draft profitable Business Proposals and presentations - Draft Project proposals and coordination - Community mobilization/sensitization - Review and edit Business contracts - People Management - Motivation skills (People motivation),Sales teams motivation and management
Partnerships are essential for any successful business, and here at AlkebuLANs Money, we value the relationships we have with our partners. We believe that by working together, we can achieve more than we could on our own, and we strive to create mutually beneficial partnerships that are built on trust, respect, and shared goals. Our partners are an integral part of our success, and we are committed to providing them with the support they need to thrive. Whether it's through collaborative projects, joint marketing efforts, or other initiatives, we are always looking for ways to strengthen our partnerships and build long-lasting relationships.
Estimated release early 2023
Our developers have started creating a decentralised wallet similar to Trust Wallet capable of hold, send, receive & trade. Facilities for Businesses to accept payments for goods or services provided will be incorporated into the wallet.The wallet will go through thorough testing before it is released to the public in early 2023.
We are currently in communication with banks in Africa to allow deposits and withdrawals into our wallet.
One lucky family in Rwanda will receive a complete solar system in February. Solektra Rwanda will install a complete Solar Home System on behalf of AlkebuLANsM.February 2023
What we have achieved with the project so far.
With your support we can achieve even more.
With Solektra Rwanda's help, we were able to provide electricity to the Ndayisabye Emmanuel family, who have been living without power for the past 15 years in Nyamagabe District, Rwanda. With this new source of electricity, Emmanuel's family can now enjoy the benefits of modern lighting and appliances that many of us take for granted. We are incredibly grateful for the support of SolektraR in helping us to improve the lives of families in Africa, one home at a time. By purchasing #LAN, you too can help us continue our mission of Lighting Africa and bringing the many benefits of electricity to those who need it most. Thank you for your support!
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