One Vision
Economic Development - Infrastructures
Agriculture
Land Restoration through ITAL (i.e., organic) food production while regionalizing, expanding, and
decentralizing food production to reduce and eliminate hunger where ever it exists, locally, regionally,
nationally, and then globally.

Example of
Using Modern Farming Technologies-to Attract Youth to Agriculture written by Wairimu
Nyambura
Education
Free education from birth through life.  Although we believe monetary compensation is a driver of
educational pursuits, we know the natural passion to address various interests, opportunities, and
challenges, faced at all levels in our: family, community, country, continent, and world, will drive pursuit
of educational excellence and commensurate compensation.
Energy
Clean and sustainable.  Africans must develop self sustaining power systems (e.g., Solar Pack, etc.,) that
are able to support their family energy needs within their respective communities.  Larger energy
facilities must be developed to support larger business enterprises and regional initiatives (i.e., Hydro
Dams, etc.).  
Financial
African Development Bank (ADB)
Home/Shelter
Environmentally-friendly shelter using natural, strong, and sustainable building materials (e.g., concrete,
concrete blocks, and cement, etc.,).
Natural Resources
Precious Elements:  (Critical elements for the sustainment of human, plant, and animal life on the planet)
Oxygen, Water, Soil

Metals & Precious Minerals:
Alumina, Aluminium, Bauxite, Columbite, Copper, Diamonds, Gold, Iron, Iron Ore, Lead, Manganese,
Mica, Nickel, Platinum, Palladium, Quartz, Silver, Steel, Tin, Titanium, Zinc

Industrial Minerals:
Diamond, Phosphate Rock

Mineral Fuels
Coal, Oil, Uranium
Security
Security to protect all African resources, people and property, from exposure to disease/violence.  
Security forces can perform agricultural transportation duties during periods of low activity.

African Union Security Forces (AUSFs) exist to protect all African resources, people and property, from
exposure to disease and violence.   AUSFs can be kept active during periods of low security activities:
  1. Regionally organized Conflict Resolution Units to respond to civil conflicts within their respective
    region and support for contiguous regions.
  2. Regionally organized Emergency Response Units to respond to disasters, man-made and natural,
    within their respective region and support for contiguous regions.
Transportation
& Distribution
African Transcontinental Railway from North to South; East to West; and all around the continent.  
Identify suitable short-term and long-term routing and build-out from existing Railway systems to
mining and manufacturing facilities for African distribution while simultaneously connecting to other rail
systems and ports for foreign export.  This will expand port development and create transportation
arteries to the African interior for agricultural, resource and energy development.

Highway and Roadway routes will be necessary to supplement the primary mode of transportation,
railway, to get people and produce to transportation and distribution hubs, respectively.  Highways and
Roadways will be limited to reduce carbon footprint and pollution from burning fossil fuels.

Systematically linking countries via rail systems across the entire continent allows for efficient and cost
effective transportation of food, people, and products, especially in times of crisis (e.g., disease, climate,
drought, conflicts, etc.).
Economic Planning (Water, Food, Shelter, Education....)
Water
Engineer and develop methods of extraction and irrigation that will provide clean water locally,
regionally, nationally, and then globally for sustenance for humans, agriculture and animals.
Food
Engineer and develop methods of agriculture that maximizes the use of organic fertilizing that will
increase
safe food production and standardize the proximity to fresh produce locally, regionally,
nationally, and then globally for sustenance for humans, agriculture and animals.
Shelter
Engineer and develop methods of home construction that maximizes the use or combine raw materials,
such as concrete, that will increase stability and protection against local and regional extreme
climate/weather conditions.
Education
Engineer and develop methods that maximizes life-long free access to comprehensive education that is
accurate, complete, and timely.
Personal
Development
Health and nutrition: Optimum health requires mental, physical, and spiritual nutrition.  Nutrition of the
mind with wisdom, the body with food, and the spirit with truth and justice, MAAT.
Technology and
Innovation
Engage integrated information services to identify areas for technological and engineering solutions to
increase productivity, efficiency, effectiveness; locally, regionally, nationally, and globally.
Accounting and
Finance
Financial: (Resource Revenues - Operational Costs) = Investment Income

  • African Union Currency (AUC) - Single currency to be used for trading between African
    countries and then with non-African countries.

Investment Income Distribution Formula:
50% - Returns to the Country (Develop resources and infrastructures)
20% - African Resource and Infrastructure Development Fund
10% - Employee Investment Compensation (Education and Training)
10% - Company Operations & Re-investment (Salaries & Production Costs)
10% - Investors

We determine resource revenues based on the value of respective resources where they reside and
oversee the operational costs to reflect accurate resource revenues and '
Investment Income Opportunities'.

Keep it simple!
Purchasing and
Supply
Purchasing is responsible for engaging consultants that can provide the initial expertise necessary to
train African subject matter experts who can provide local, regional, national, and global technical
services.
Political Action
The African Union must provide centralized government support to regions and countries that in turn
provide support to local governments.  It is incumbent that the African Union adhere to the charter
articles set forth in the original
OAU Charter and subsequent AU Constitutive Act, so that we are not
distracted by
'Economic exploitation' under the guise of 'Cooperative Economics'.
Benefits
 
  1. Employment for indigenous Africans from local, regional, national, and global communities.  Short-
    term building and long-term maintenance and servicing.
  2. Environment:  Clean air, clean water, clean food, and long-term environmentally-friendly housing
  3. Provides cost-effective, efficient, reliable and environmentally-friendly transportation for both
    people and goods.
  4. Agricultural produce efficiently produced and effectively distributed to local, regional, national, and
    global markets
  5. Access to affordable agricultural supplies for local, regional, and national Farmers
  6. Infrastructure development
  1. Land preservation and restoration
  2. Protection, conservation, and development of existing and new water sources
  3. Trans-continental rail system consisting of integrated local, regional, and national rail
    infrastructure
  4. Trans-continental roadways consisting of local, regional, and national roads & bridges
    infrastructure
  5. African educational system consisting network of African Universities, Colleges, High Schools,
    Elementary, and Pre-school systems
  6. African Healthcare System consisting of hospitals and clinics, locally, regionally, and nationally
  1. Disaster and Crisis Preparedness.  With the extreme climate changes projected, Africa will also be
    impacted and will have to have a complete and robust transportation infrastructure in place to
    move people, supplies, medical personnel, workers, military, etc., from any point to point in the
    most effective way for large-scale operations that cannot be adequately addressed by a small
    specially-trained AUSFs Disaster and Crisis Resolution Teams used for elite operations and rescues.
  2. African Union Infrastructure Development  
  1. AU Charter adherence, compliance, and modernization
  2. Environment Protection Cooperative to establish local, regional, and national environment
    policy and regulations for clean air, water, and land and wild-life resources.
  3. Agricultural Cooperative to establish local, regional, and national agricultural policy and
    regulations for developing and maintaining a healthy sustainable food supply.
  4. Housing Cooperative to establish local, regional, and national policy and regulations for
    designing and building affordable housing for all families.
  5. Transportation Cooperative consisting of integrated network of African Universities, Colleges,
    High Schools, Elementary, and Pre-school systems
  6. Healthcare Cooperative consisting of hospitals and clinics, locally, regionally, and nationally.
One Plan ~ "One Voice"
WHO!
Each of us; in conjunction with our institutions, such as African Union (inside Africa), Imperial Ethiopian World
Federation (I.E.W.F.), Inc. (outside Africa) and all cooperative enterprises where entrepreneurs all over the globe are
working as a collective for the benefit of African/Black people, at home and abroad.  Starting with the premise that the
generation coming is the priority.
WHAT! - INFRASTRUCTURE
Education
The teachers will be providing a constant supply
of technically proficient apprentices to be
mentored by actively engaged subject matter
experts.
People
  1. Proficient Teachers
  2. Learning Students
Facilities
  1. Teaching and Learning Centers of Excellence.
    Academics, Agriculture, Trade, Technology, Economics,
    Engineering, Architecture, Math, and Science)
Community
Community Cooperatives for Food, Shelter,
Clothing, and Communications
  1. Individuals (form Union Cooperatives) that insure that
    workers receive a fair share in all the company
    produces)
  1. Treatment
  2. Compensation
  3. Work Week (20 hr work week allowing workers to
    spend the other 20 hours on their own families
    and endeavours. Bring families and communities
    together as one.)
  4. Training  
  1. Families
  2. Clean Food
  3. Clean Water
  4. Homes
  5. Teaching and Learning Centers of Excellence
  6. Libraries
  7. Technology (e.g., Broadband, Wireless, Robotics, etc.,)
Heath
National Healthcare Institutes, Regional Health
Care Centers, City Hospitals, and Local Clinics
  1. Prevention (Dis-ease Prevention)
  2. Life Saving (Technical Medical Procedures)
  3. Life Sustaining (Wholistic Remedies)
Economics
Agriculture, Mining, Manufacuring, Energy,
*Water, and Transportation (Air, Rail, Road,
Pipeline, and Water)

  1. Agriculture, Mining, and Manufacturing will
    be the primary revenue streams to fund
    continent-wide initiatives.
  2. *Water Management (Irrigation, Drinking
    water, Waste Water, etc.,)
  3. Developed using environmentally-friendly
    methods.
Agriculture Cooperatives:
  1. "Nationalize" the land as owned by the indigenous
    people who have lived on the land for thousands and
    tens of thousands of years.
  2. Establish Eco-agricultural zones based on the
    availability of land and water for consumption and
    irrigation purposes.
Mining Cooperatives:
  1. Own the land and the extraction of the minerals
  2. Own the transportation from ground to port.
  3. Export ("FAIR Trade" NOT "FREE Trade")
Manufacturing Cooperatives:
  1. Railroad products and parts for initial implementation
  2. Products, parts, and servicing for continuous sustained
    future maintenance and employment.
Energy Cooperatives:
  1. Environmentally-friendly "Green" Power/Electrical
    Sources (e.g., Solar, Hydro, and Wind)
Transportation Cooperatives:
  1. Rail (Passengers and Products):
  1. Safe-speed Local Rail
  1. Safe-speed National Rail
  1. Roadways
  1. Local
  2. Highway
Spiritual Life
All religious doctrines are able to be practiced
openly and freely without oppression, unless
they are intentionally violating other peoples
freedoms.
  1. Agree to respect the sanctity of our respective religious
    beliefs.
Government
Constitutional Monarchy with elected
parliamentary members of local and national
representatives elected by the people (one
person-one vote) to serve the benefit of the
people.
Restore the Solomonic Line and the Dynasty of His Imperial
Majesty Emperor Haile Selassie I in Ethiopia.
WHERE!
Each country in and out of Africa, simultaneously.  There is some portion of this plan that must be executed within each
country, city, and village.  For example, we can all engage with the African Union and fill the open vacancies with
talented and intelligent indigenous African people.  For those located outside the African Continent, we can provide
support, financial and otherwise, to people and organizations engaged with the struggle for a free and peaceful Africa.
WHEN!
We start right now!  Speak Up! and Speak Out!!

Engage with like-minded people and institutions whose actions are supported by facts and action, not contrived
speculation and idle talk!  

Leaders are rich and the Servants are wealthy!
WHY!
Each human being is precious and deserves equity and justice.  Restoring Constitutional Monarchy, Church and State, as
introduced in Ethiopia by Haile Selassie I in 1931 to provide citizens with a voice for equity and justice for the least
amongst us.
WHY!
The tragic cost of so called 'progress and development' is dominated by armed invasions, slavery and
capitalism, led by imperialism.  Inequity and injustice, will be removed as we execute Our Plan!

** Tragic Cost of "Progress and Development"! ** (Click this link)
HOW!
1. Identify, secure and reclaim land through Regional Agriculture Cooperatives for food production and infrastructure
development to feed and support the indigenous producers, locally and regionally, while providing any excess to other
regions in need and globally wherever the need for food exists.

2. All Resource Development Agreements, including, but not limited to: minerals, energy, and agriculture, must be
rescinded and re-negotiated to be
targeted and temporary.    Resources, including the land, are property of the
indigenous people and benefit of any resource agreements must go overwhelmingly to the indigenous people and those
supporting the indigenous people on the efforts the indigenous people deem a priority.   Suggest that we start with the
home of the
African Union, Ethiopia, the country never colonized, and move to other countries on the continent as we
reclaim our resources and our people who are under attack from many forces.

3. Infrastructure development, led by Agriculture, must provide the basic fundamental foundation of food, clothing, and
shelter while being the economic engine for economic prosperity that can support the development of  Education,
Community, Health, Economics, Spiritual-Life, and Government initiatives.

4. Modernization program for development and adoption of advanced environmentally-friendly "Green" energy sources
that are healthy, safe, and sustainable sources into the future.  Reduce the destruction of our "life-giving" land,
vegetation, and forest; along with significant population displacement to less desirable areas.

Borderless Cooperatives; Forever Learning; Justice, Accountability, Love and Peace.
AUCE-Economic-Proposal
May we all be blessed with Wisdom, Knowledge, and
Higherstanding with special reverence for
His Imperial Majesty
Emperor Haile Selassie I
, who initiated government by
Constitutional Monarchy in Ethiopia and continued the principle of
modernization with veneration of the edicts of our rich legacy and
royal heritage passed forward by Menelik I and our ancestors from
past millenniums.

Reflected in the pages that follow is the result of much analysis over
time and built on the foundation established by
His Imperial
Majesty Emperor Haile Selassie I
and "The Shape of Things To
Come: A Master Plan" described in "
The Destruction of Black
Civilization" by Chancellor Williams.
The Plan must accommodate the people of the world. The Empire of
Ethiopia and great Civilizations from Ethiopia to Egypt, Mali, India,
China, Myan, and others, built a living legacy for us.  The grandeur
of each, filled the empire with economic prosperity
for all that
evolved into civilizations of epic proportions.  We shall move
forward in the spirit of "Out of Many, One People!!".

The Plan is to share our journey to a long, healthy, and prosperous
life:  Prosperity of Our soul is born out of
Justice for each, MAAT.
~ Malchijah ~
UCI ~ I See You
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Education
Developing an environment
for our children and
teachers that is conducive
to learning and teaching.
Community
Strengthening our
foundation by re-vitalizing
our family and community.
Health
Developing a program that
will provide education,
prevention, and curative
measures against dis-eases
impacting our community.
Economics
Gaining financial
independence through
investment in people,
information, and property.
Spiritual Life
Developing an environment
that teaches basic to
complex spiritual concepts.
Government
Advocating representatives
that support the priorities
of the people.