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Africa Research Information & Development Bureau

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What is SSDF

The Security, Stability and Development Fund (SSDF) is a common fund, funded by members of the community, used to implement economic development/regeneration projects and security enhancing in their communities. 

 

The fund - a collective investment scheme if you like - is a pool of financial resources created by Africans who pool together financial resources to create country specific SSDF to be used for economic regeneration in their communities. 

The fund will enable ARIDB to put in place necessary security (neighbourhood watch/community policing) and development projects required to improve security (community safety), stability and development of our homelands in order to secure our safety and the safety of those we love back home.


There are millions of Africans scattered throughout the world. A contribution of any amount from around £2.50 per person month (£30.00 a year) towards the Own country SSDF would enable the bureau to put in place much needed development projects.

Of the amount raised per community, per country:

  • 60% would be used to implement employment creating labour Intensive, self-sustaining projects deemed necessary for the economic well-being and regeneration of the local community  eg., regeneration of our agricultural sector, food processing factories etc.,
  • 30% would be used for security enhancing projects by establishing, training and equipping neighbourhood watch/community support group or special constables in consultation with national, state government and the police
  • 10% to cover administrative costs of the projects.