Our Projects

Orbit Futures supplies the means for governments to bring to fruition the development of infrastructure projects which provide social and economic benefits for the nations of impoverished people.

Projects we are currently assisting governments to finance and develop for economic and social empowerment include agricultural, infrastructure and social housing projects located in Australia, Zimbabwe, Ethiopia, Sudan, and Ghana.

Orbit Futures advocates for sustainable developments of first nation peoples in developing and least developed nations, and global South populations.

Kaurareg First Nation Peoples (Horn Island, Australia)

Full spectrum people-centered and infrastructure-centered sustainability developments;

Orbit Futures is partnered with Indigenous Assist Australia (IAA) and Trikaur Tekman Traders, to source funds and develop showcase projects for Kaurareg first nation peoples and tropical economies. They include infrastructure-centered developments for natural and built habitat-security, food-security, border-security, an international aviation transport hub, and medical facilities for treatment research and schools.

In people centered developments, for upskilling tribal peoples to Industry 3.0 and 4.0 manufacturing levels, and elevating the competence of native trade to modern commodity trade in tropical and equatorial areas and global South populations.

African Social Impact Investment projects

Infrastructure and Social Housing Projects;

Orbit Futures partners with Techno-Investment Module Limited to provide U.N. Economic and Social Development programs, approved for Ultra-High-Net-Worth investors to leverage high-yield-returns on their investment, and for funding the delivery of infrastructure, mining, hospitals and social housing developments in Kenya.

Complete Full Cycle Agriculture Projects;

Orbit Futures works with U.N. Investment Enhancement programs to deliver environmentally friendly international agricultural complex projects, incorporating technology, processing and logistics, accompanied by housing and social infrastructure projects, supplied for local communities.