Dr. Arc Raphael Eluemuno Ajalie
Dr. Arc Raphael Eluemuno Ajalie is an international businessman, Member of Parliament State of the African Diaspora and Humanitarian who is committed to impacting the world by empowering women to lead, live independently, and be free from Gender-Based Violence.
He is a man who has made his mark in this world, his hard work and dedication is witnessed through his long list of achievements. Along his list of achievements includes; he is a Co-Founder/ Group CTO Reocomm Group and Reocomm Foundation Global; Member of the International Society for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (ISPCAN), USA; Vice President and Chief of Operations of Young Boss Media USA, Chair Person of the Africa Diabetes and Hypertension Association (ADHA ) Board, Liberia; Global Goodwill Ambassadors, USA.
He is a professional member of the British Computer Society (BCS), a member of the International Association of Engineers (IAENG). He is a Nigerian born and trained in the USA, India, Dubai, Nigeria, Tanzania, and Ghana.
Driving across the street of New York, Nigeria and Ghana, witnessing many homeless kids struggling to meet the basic needs and many other people living in poverty, he was inspired to make a change in the lives of disadvantaged families and be involved in developing Africa. He believes to change the world, you must empower women because women are the reproduction of the nation.
He co-founded an organisation called Reocomm Foundation, a Nonprofit Organization that was created to empower women in the areas of Health, Education, and Technology. Currently empowering and educating women in over five African countries, Reocomm Foundation believes that the most significant way to attain sustainable development goals in Africa is to empower women.
The Foundation also aims to help end the gender technology gap and empower women and girls to create innovative solutions to advance equality in the communities. Closing the gender technology gap means helping girls access training and educational opportunities in STEM (Science, technology, engineering, and math).
He has initiated a project to build mobile car wash in different African countries with the aim of empowering women from disadvantaged background and to help women who have been victims of abuse to restore their dignity and make sustainable income.
He has also worked with United Nation (UN) to help 48 women who have been working as sex workers to learn new skills that will help them create a sustainable income and be integrated into society, giving them hope and helping them to cope with society's criticisms and to gain self-confidence.
He is also starting an agricultural project in Botswana, Namibia, and many other Africa countries that will help women to venture into agriculture and plant their own food.
His vision is to empower women to lead, become business owners and live an independent lives.