RARDUJA (Re-educating Africans on the Risks & Dangers of Unplanned Journey Abroad and Empowering the Youth) was found in 2003, (then Green Foundation). Hon. Eddy Duru is the President and Founder of RARDUJA worldwide. He is a Nigerian with German Nationality. He is also a parliamentarian representing Foreigners in Hessen State of Germany.
Hon. Eddy Duru, having lived in Germany Europe for over 18 years and having had the opportunity to travel around the world, has a first-hand experience on several issues affecting African illegal migrants in Europe and American, – the deaths, the difficulties, the failed expectations, the lies, the frustrations and the successes .
Day in, day out, several news are heard of deaths of illegal immigrants trying to cross into Europe and American thru sea, desert or some other illegal ways. However, this situation is better preventive than curative; hence RARDUJA Africa was initiated.
To build the spirit of patriotism and nationalism in African youths for their respective nations.
Our mission statement as the acronym RARDUJA goes, is enlightenment, informing and re-educating Nigerian/African youths on why they should not be involved in ‘panic migration’, especially engaging in such journey thru the death traps of the sea, the desert and likewise.
RARDUJA believes that preventive measures as a remedy for illegal migration is better than curative deals. Hence the things we aim at, so as to objectively achieve these are as follows:
- To bring to the awareness of youths at different levels, the risks and dangers inherent in ‘panic’ migration abroad, because of the suppose harsh economy, by conducting seminars and workshops.
- To develop human capacity, we strongly encourage entrepreneurship, skill acquisition, hand work and vocational studies for the youths.
- To reduce the quest for migration, We make alternative offer to the youths by offering them a no interest micro credit to enable them establish a workshop/business and other trade investment depending on the area of interest and specialization.
- To breed a new generation of Nigerians/Africans who believe that the change in their nation can only come through collective efforts, dedication, transparency and productivity.
- To promote the harnessing of African rich and untapped resources by youthful Nigerian/African technocrats and intellectuals.
- To encourage and support African Diaspora returnees, re-absorb them and the professionals amongst them are encouraged to give back their acquired knowledge to their respective countries.
- To integrate back into the society / home country, those who had failed expectations in Europe and overseas.
- To deliver susceptible victims of human traffickers, by exposing their baits and luring characteristics in seminars, workshops, publications and airwaves jiggles.
- To author and publish books that answer to various questions and demands placed on the above aims and objectives