PROJECTS OF THE ANDREW J. YOUNG FOUNDATION
Through the following projects, the Foundation is currently focused upon finding sustainable solutions for food security and fighting malnutrition, job creation, and economic development. These solutions are poised to empower underserved populations and uplift the quality of life in the society worldwide.
Eradicating malnutrition through an abundant protein source known commonly as duckweed and found throughout the world.
A fully portable food security solution for the development of sustainable communities in the U.S. and around the world.
A pilot program in Liberia in which the trace mineral selenium is being used to combat coronavirus by strengthening immune systems.
One of Ambassador Young's most ambitious visions would solve infrastructure and flooding in much of the U.S., while creating jobs.
Working closely with medical researchers in the U.S. and Senegal, the foundation is on the cutting edge of alternative medical treatments.
A promising solution for port cities which are not equipped to handle larger and larger shipping vessels.
For over a decade, the educational TV series "Andrew Young Presents" has brought viewers positive stories about Africa and Civil Rights.
Through donations to colleges and other learning institutions, as well as work with the YMCA, education and youth are a major priority.
The foundation plans to host Nobel Peaace Laureates in Atlanta and make it internationally known as a city of peace.