The BCI Government and Investor Relations Strategy is to develop and cultivate long-term partnerships with heads of governments, institutions, investors and other key stakeholders to obtain land, resources, formal access and approvals to enable the delivery of our annual target of 100 communities of 1,000 dwellings.
One of the BCI core objectives is to facilitate the transfer of technology and skills to the local economy through our projects and training programmes thereby contributing to the improvement of living conditions and employability. We will join forces with governments, institutions and key individuals to develop and establish large-scale manufacturing and logistical hubs within the African continent. This will create thousands of jobs, inject billions of dollars into local economies and help to counter the human capital flight and refugee problem globally.
Concurrently with this we will pursue corporate sponsorships and funding to subsidise manufacturing and production costs to increase the affordability of our buildings, helping to address the global housing deficit issue.
To support the long-term success of our communities, we will continuously promote the BCI’s zero tolerance for corruption or unreasonable obstruction, the benefits of good governance principles and demonstrate that grand objectives can be accomplished lawfully and with integrity, by adherence to strict international standards and “best practices”.