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The HuUbuntu Bookstore

HuUbuntu Consulting Online Bookstore has books that will inspire, educate, and empower you. We offer a wide selection of books on important topics such as early childhood development, education, leadership, personal development, diversity and inclusion, and social justice. Our books are carefully curated to provide you with the knowledge and tools you need to make a positive impact in your own life and in the world.


Whether you're a social entrepreneur, looking to start a non-profit, or to work in a collaborative manner or simply live a more fulfilling and purpose driven life, we have a book for you.


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Nhaka Yenyu

Your Inheritance

Embark on a remarkable journey through the life of Patrick Makokoro - a journey marked by hard work, resilience, and the pursuit of education against all odds. Through the pages of Nhaka Yenyu, join Makokoro as he navigates the trials and triumphs of his life with unwavering determination, resilience, humour, and unshakeable faith. His journey is a reminder that no obstacle is insurmountable when fuelled by the audacity to dream.

Letting A Thousand Flowers Bloom


This book provides an insightful exploration for parents, educators, funders, practitioners and policymakers, offering a nuanced understanding of the work implemented by early childhood development networks operating in Africa. The early childhood development networks have in multiple ways influenced the foundation for lifelong learning for millions of young lives in Africa. The book therefore is a vital resource for understanding the dynamic interplay of factors that contribute to optimal early childhood development networking in diverse African contexts.

Nhaka Yenyu

SANKOFA: Appreciating the past in planning the future of early childhood education, care and development in Africa

By Alan Pence, Patrick Makokoro, Hasina Banu Ebrahim, Oumar Barry (eds.)

Sankofa is the product of a collaboration of the UNESCO Tri-Chairs of ECD in Africa with next generation scholar Dr. Patrick Makokoro.  Sankofa: Appreciating the past in planning the future of early childhood education, care and development (ECD) in Africa had several inspirations. One was a question by a self-described ‘millennial’ leader: ‘why had he not been told the history of ECD in Africa’ before undertaking such leadership. His question resonated with the Akan people’s term Sankofa: ‘remember the past to make progress in the future.’ His personal question is equally valid at the global level: ‘Why does the world not know about how ECD is understood in Africa’, and indeed in other parts of the Majority (Developing) World?’ This book seeks to address both questions: individual and global, with a hope to stimulate other regions of the world to tell their stories through their own, contextualized understandings. The book does not claim to be exhaustive. It calls out for others in Africa, and in other parts of the Majority World, to tell their stories. Those stories, experiences, understandings and perspectives are not just important for those who live them, but for the world. The stories of children’s care and development from around the globe is historically rich and diverse. The World of ECD has yet to write, yet to tell, its ‘full story’— Sankofa is one step in that direction.




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