Mo Ibrahim Foundation



The Mo Ibrahim Foundation is an African Foundation. It was established with one clear objective – to put governance at the centre of any conversation on African development. It is our belief that governance and leadership lie at the heart of any tangible and shared improvement in the quality of life

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Modern Ghana



The Modern Ghana Homepage is Ghana?s leading general news and information destination online. Modernghana.com integrates credible Ghanaian content and perspectives. Our name better reflects what this site is – and always has been – the Web site of A Modern Ghana. Since our establishment in August 2005, we have brought

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Modern Ghana Media Communication Ltd.



The Modern Ghana Homepage is Ghana?s leading general news and information destination online. Modernghana.com integrates credible Ghanaian content and perspectives. Our name better reflects what this site is – and always has been – the Web site of A Modern Ghana. Since our establishment in August 2005, we have brought

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Collective Black People Movement



The Mission: of the Collective Black People Movement (CBPM) is to gather, document, and organize the Skills, Talents, and Intelligence (Education) of Black (African) People for the purpose of self-help and collective development.

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State budget allocates funds for immigration judicial assistance program



State budget allocates funds for immigration judicial assistance program. New York State has included a new initiative in the annual state budget intended to further defend immigrants’ rights regardless of their status called the Liberty Defense Project. 

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I’ve worked in foreign aid for 50 years—Trump is right to end it, even if his reasons are wrong



I’ve worked in foreign aid for 50 years—Trump is right to end it, even if his reasons are wrong. I’ve worked in foreign aid for over fifty years, in over 60 developing countries in Africa, Latin America, and Asia. In earlier years I would have scoffed at Jason Sadler’s naivété and called him a dumb do-gooder. My professional colleagues in foreign aid and I know better. At venerable NGOs like Save the Children, World Vision, CARE; at government aid agencies like USAID; at prestigious multilateral organizations like the World Bank; at big foundations like the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the Clinton Foundation; we believe we know what works to better people’s lives—we do our homework, we are analytical, thoughtful, and reflective. We are not dumb do-gooders.

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Good News for Caribbean Integration, or Not



Good News for Caribbean Integration, or Not. It is natural that the two most populous CARICOM states, Haiti and Jamaica, would have the largest number of their nationals travelling throughout the region.  Does that mean nationals of Haiti and Jamaica by their sheer numbers are likely to face greatest scrutiny and barriers to regional travel? With regard to Jamaican nationals, there have been vexing issues related to the treatment meted out to them by the immigration services of Barbados and Trinidad & Tobago.

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Remittances to Developing Countries Decline for Second Consecutive Year



Remittances to Developing Countries Decline for Second Consecutive Year. “Remittances are an important source of income for millions of families in developing countries. As such, a weakening of remittance flows can have a serious impact on the ability of families to get health care, education or proper nutrition,” said Rita Ramalho, Acting Director of the World Bank’s Global Indicators Group.

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Action & dialogue needed to welcome immigrants. The money for Legal Aid will go toward legal representation for about a dozen immigrants who are in the process of being deported. The funding also will support “Know Your Rights” seminars and emergency preparedness workshops, where families prepare legal documents to confirm who will care for their children or manage their personal property if they are deported.

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The American University in Cairo (AUC)



Founded in 1919, AUC is a leading English-language, American-accredited institution of higher education and center of intellectual, social and cultural life of the Arab world. Its community of students, parents, faculty and staff, trustees, alumni and other generous sponsors represent more than 60 countries. The University stands as

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Moroccan American Association of California



The Moroccan American Association of California (MAACA) is a charitable, non-profitable, non-political and non-religious organization committed to play a vital role in solidifying the relationship between its members by providing the necessary charitable, educational, cultural, and social help and support regardless of race and gender, and to

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OP-ED: The Impact of Donald Trump’s Presidency on Liberia and African Job Creation



OP-ED: The Impact of Donald Trump’s Presidency on Liberia and African Job Creation. 

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Museum of the African Diaspora



The Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) showcases the history, art and the cultural richness that resulted from the dispersal of Africans throughout the world. By realizing our mission MoAD connects all people through our shared African heritage.

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National Academies of Sciences



The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine are private, nonprofit institutions that provide expert advice on some of the most pressing challenges facing the nation and the world. Our work helps shape sound policies, inform public opinion, and advance the pursuit of science, engineering, and medicine.

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National Algerian Centre (NAC)



The National Algerian Centre (?NAC?) C.I.C. is a social enterprise run on a ?not-for-profit? basis. We provide guided-support, training and services of all levels under four main axes: Study Courses & Workshops, Corporate Training, Travel & Tourism and Catering & Events. A ?Community-Interest-Company? is a new

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Museum of the National Center of Afro American Artists (NCAAA)



The Museum of the National Center of Afro American Artists (NCAAA) is dedicated to the celebration, exhibition, collection and criticism of black visual arts heritage worldwide.

The Museum presents a wide range of historical and contemporary exhibitions in many media, including painting, sculpture, graphics, photography and decorative arts.

Among the

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NORTH AMERICAN INTEGRATION AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER



The NAID Center was founded in 1995 to conduct interdisciplinary research concerning the economic integration process between the United States, Mexico and Canada, and to assist communities and governments with projects and policies for sustainable and equitable development across borders. Its activities over the last decade have followed the trajectory

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Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD)



The Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) is dedicated to sharing the art and stories of our common African heritage with audiences from around the world.

Our Mission
The Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) showcases the history, art, and cultural richness that resulted from the migration of Africans throughout

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National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA)



The National Black MBA Association® (NBMBAA) was founded in 1970 at a two-day conference held at the University of Chicago, by a group of African American MBA students, faculty, advisors, and businessmen.
We have 9,000 members, 46 chapters and 28 collegiate chapters.
We are in partnership with over

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National Association of Black Social Workers



The National Association of Black Social Workers, Inc., comprised of people of African ancestry, is committed to enhancing the quality of life and empowering people of African ancestry through advocacy, human services delivery, and research.

National Association of Black Social Workers, Inc. will work to create a world in which

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National Association of Black Social Workers



The National Association of Black Social Workers, Inc., comprised of people of African ancestry, is committed to enhancing the quality of life and empowering people of African ancestry through advocacy, human services delivery, and research.

National Association of Black Social Workers, Inc. will work to create a world in which

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National Association of Black Journalists



The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) is an organization of journalists, students and media-related professionals that provides quality programs and services to and advocates on behalf of black journalists worldwide.

Founded by 44 men and women on December 12, 1975, in Washington, D.C., NABJ is the largest

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National Black Nurses Association (NBNA)



The National Black Nurses Association is fortunate to have great nursing leaders among its leadership in a variety of areas. The summary below is just an example of the signature programs and activities that draw African American nurses to NBNA. These programs help NBNA members grow stronger as they seek

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National Association of Black Accountants



The National Association of Black Accountants, Inc. (NABA)
7474 Greenway Center Drive, Suite 1120
Greenbelt, Maryland 20770

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National Democratic Institute



The National Democratic Institute is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, nongovernmental organization working to support and strengthen democratic institutions worldwide through citizen participation, openness and accountability in government.

Since its founding in 1983, NDI has worked with local partners in 132 countries and territories, bringing together individuals and groups to share ideas,

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National Immigration Law Center



The National Immigration Law Center envisions a society in which all people — regardless of race, gender, immigration or economic status — are treated fairly and humanely. NILC engages in policy analysis, litigation, education and advocacy, to achieve this vision. NILC plays a critical role within the movement for racial, economic and

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National Medical Association (NMA)



The National Medical Association (NMA) is the collective voice of African American physicians and the leading force for parity and justice in medicine and the elimination of disparities in health.

The National Medical Association (NMA) is the largest and oldest national organization representing African American physicians and their patients in

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National Endowment for Democracy



The National Endowment for Democracy (NED) is a private, nonprofit foundation dedicated to the growth and strengthening of democratic institutions around the world. Each year, NED makes more than 1,200 grants to support the projects of non-governmental groups abroad who are working for democratic goals in more than

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Nelson Mandela Foundation



The Nelson Mandela Foundation contributes to a society that remembers its pasts, listens to all its voices, and pursues social justice in order to promote peace, human rights and democracy.

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National Museum of African American History and Culture



The National Museum of African American History and Culture will be a place where all Americans can learn about the richness and diversity of the African American experience, what it means to their lives and how it helped us shape this nation. A place that transcends the boundaries of race

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USAID Partners to Invest in Africa’s Entrepreneurs



USAID Partners to Invest in Africa’s Entrepreneurs. Sustainable entrepreneurship is a critical component of inclusive development. Entrepreneurs create jobs, drive local economic growth and strengthen supply chains. In Africa, small and growing businesses are responsible for nearly 80% of formal employment. But this is also the “missing middle” of the African economy—small businesses that typically employ between five and 250 people—that still struggles to access the finance it needs grow. Increased private investment is one key to solving this problem. While impact investing remains nascent in Africa, more investors are beginning to see the potential for achieving both social and financial returns. A 2015 survey by JP Morgan reported that impact investors intended to increase their investments in sub-Saharan Africa more than any other geographic region

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ACT Chinese Australian Association



A Chinese community organisation, to promote to Chinese culture and to promote the Chinese community networking. Orgainse monthly activities for members and friends and regular functions to celebrate the major Chinese festivals. Provide support for our senior community members.

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African Diaspora Association Of The Maritimes



The African Diaspora Association of the Maritimes (ADAM) is a non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to providing various services to assist Africans in the Maritimes. Members consist of individuals of African descent, non-African spouses of Africans, as well as individuals who share the mission, vision, and objectives of

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Gambian Society in New York



The Gambian Society in New York, Inc. is a registered 501(c)(3) charitable community-based organization with the mission of helping the Gambian immigrant community in the New York metropolitan area adjust to life in the United States by providing resources and support in health care, education, culture, and

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Gambian Association of Michigan



The Gambian Association of Michigan is organized exclusively for charitable, social, and educational purposes. As such, funds raised by the Gambian association of Michigan shall be used to service the activities of its members and also to donate to charitable causes in The Gambia and the U.S.A. The

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Malawian Initiative for National Development (MIND)



Malawian Initiative for National Development (MIND) is an international development organisation. It was founded by Malawians In Aberdeen (MIA), an association of Malawians in the northeast of Scotland, in summer of 2007. The organisation was officially launched as a project by the fomer Malawian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom,

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Lofa County Association of South Australia



The association was established in 2008 purposely to unite Lofians originally from Liberia who are settled in South Australia. The association also facilitate the process of integration and help to resolve issues arising among members from the Liberian community who come from Lofa. As of the 2008 Census, Lofa had

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African Group Tries to Deter Illegal Immigration



African Group Tries to Deter Illegal Immigration. The group is called “No More Death in the Desert or on the Sea.” Its mission is simple: to educate youth in Africa about the harsh realities of illegal migration.

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It Isn’t Just Asian Immigrants Who Thrive in the U.S.



It Isn’t Just Asian Immigrants Who Thrive in the U.S. Perhaps most surprising is that, by many measures, the most-educated immigrant group in the U.S. isn’t East Asians. It’s Africans. According to Census data, more than 43 percent of African immigrants hold a bachelor’s degree or higher — slightly more than immigrants from East Asia. Nigerian immigrants are especially educated, with almost two-thirds holding college degrees — a significantly higher percentage even than Chinese or South Korean immigrants. African immigrants are also very likely to hold advanced degrees, many of which are earned at U.S. universities. By many measures, African immigrants are as far ahead of American whites in the educational achievement as whites are ahead of African-Americans.

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THE NEXT GENERATION INITIATIVE



The Next Generation Initiative helps students gain the experience and skills their careers demand through internships, fellowships, Master Classes and other opportunities that introduce students to leaders and mentors in a wide range of fields and professions, and strengthen their capacity to excel, innovate, collaborate, and serve as effective leaders

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New Partnership For Africa’s Development – NEPAD



The New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD), an African Union strategic framework for pan-African socio-economic development, is both a vision and a policy framework for Africa in the twenty-first century. NEPAD is a radically new intervention, spearheaded by African leaders, to address critical challenges facing the

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New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD)



The New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD), an African Union strategic framework for pan-African socio-economic development, is both a vision and a policy framework for Africa in the twenty-first century. NEPAD is a radically new intervention, spearheaded by African leaders, to address critical challenges facing the

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Nigerian Lawyers Association



The Nigerian Lawyers Association (NLA) was incorporated in 1999 as a not-for-profit, non-partisan association of attorneys and counselors-at-law. While most members are of Nigerian descent, Nigerian citizenship is not a requirement for membership. NLA represents the interests of attorneys of Nigerian descent both in the

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