Frequently Asked Questions
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What is The Alkebulan Trust?
Raphael Onochie is the founder of The Alkebulan Trust.
The Alkebulan Trust is a non profit organization, whose aim is to rebuild the education system and health care system in the African and Caribbean diaspora.
We have been registered as a Limited by Guarantee in England and Wales since October 2014.
Who is the founder of The Alkebulan Trust?
What does The Alkebulan Trust do?
We are rebuilding the infrastructure in the African and Caribbean diaspora.
The first step is doing workshops. There are two types of workshops one on one and group workshops.
Where will be taught in these workshops?
We will be teaching how Africa was like before colonization and how to be more independent and self sufficient.
Can anyone attend the workshops?
How can I attend the workshops?
What will be taught in these workshops?
The aim is to rebuild the education and healthcare system within the African and Caribbean diaspora.
What is wrong with the education system and healthcare system within the African and Caribbean diaspora?
There are two types of education, academic and life education. With academic education they use it as a tool to just about survive life within the system that we call the matrix. Teaching children that they should minimize their natural creative abilities the result of this they become dumb down to not be a critical thinker and live life naturally the way it is supposed to be.
This leads into the health care system. It is the same thing they do not teach us that we are natural healers. It is a very deep conversation to have and one of the reasons why doing these workshops are imperative.
How are The Alkebulan Trust, rebuilding the education and healthcare system in African and Caribbean countries?
By doing workshops and working with people within the community effectively. Before we head of to any African or Caribbean countries, we need to focus on teaching in London, UK where we are based.
In these workshops we will be teaching about the education and health care system and what they can do. Which is part of the rebuilding process. Then we will be taking these workshops African and Caribbean countries, through an attendee that has family within these countries.
Why should I donate?
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