Ecole Nationale Superieure des Travaux Publics de Yaoundé



Créée en 1970, par décret du Président de la République, sous l’appellation Ecole Nationale de Technologie (ENAT), elle devient en 1982 l’Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Travaux Publics (ENSTP) et comprend une école annexe à BUEA et deux Centres de Métier des Travaux Publics (

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Force Leadership Africain



Force Leadership Africain est une corporation ? but non lucratif ayant pour objectifs entre autres de : Constituer au Canada, un groupe africain de concertation, de repr?sentation et d?action positive, sur les questions politiques, ?conomiques, commerciales, culturelles, scientifiques, techniques et sociales touchant l?Afrique et les africains; Favoriser la recherche

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Enugu Association USA



How it all Started – Enugu Association, USA.
In summer of 1998, a handful of Enugu persons resident in the different regions of USA, gathered in College Park, Maryland to discuss ways and means of forming an enduring Umbrella Association of Enugu people in the contiguous United States of America.

At

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Association of African Agricultural Professionals in the Diaspora



The Association of African Agricultural Professionals in the Diaspora (AAAPD) is a new organization that aims to strengthen the human and institutional capacity of African agricultural RET institutions and build strong linkages between these institutions and counterpart institutions worldwide. Specifically, AAAPD will help catalyze Africa’s agricultural transformation by facilitating

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Burundian Community of Canada



The Burundian Community of Canada Inc. – Toronto Chapter, Founded in 1994 and incorporated in 1995, the Burundian Community of Canada Inc, (CBCA) is a non-profit organization accepted by the Letters Patent dated March 7, 1995, obtained under Part III of the Act on companies operating in Canada, and has

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Center for Immigration Truth



About the Center for Immigration Truth website: this website was created to present the truth behind the agenda and hate tactics of the radical open borders network in the United States of America. The primary objective of the open borders network is to increase their political power by obtaining a

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Engaging Diaspora in Development



Simon Fraser University, in partnership with CUSO-VSO and the BC Council for International Education present Engaging Diaspora in Development: Tapping Our Trans-Local Potential for Change. A five-part public dialogue series and collaborative learning program, Engaging Diaspora in Development will engage leaders of diasporic communities across Metro Vancouver.

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ASSOCIATION OF KENYAN DIASPORA ORGANIZATIONS, INC (AKDOI)



Our mission, to advance the common welfare of the Kenyan Diaspora, embraces our common ideals and sensibilities as Kenyans spread around the world. Our vision is also our mantra, “One Diaspora One Voice” wherein we hope to unify ourselves to advance that common agenda.

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Widows, Widowers and Orphans Relief and Development Trust International (WORD Trust International)



Mission: Our mission is to support and promote an integral approach to issues of poverty, ill health, injustice and imbalances in widows, widowers and orphans and the general communitites. Activities: WORD?s challenge is to engage Diaspora professionals, organisations and communities living in UK and in Europe to use their

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African Burial Ground



A Sacred Space in Manhattan
From about the 1690s until 1794, both free and enslaved Africans were buried in a 6.6-acre burial ground in Lower Manhattan, outside the boundaries of the settlement of New Amsterdam, later known as New York. Lost to history due to landfill and development,

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African Development Center



1 – Mission: The Mission of the African Development Center is to grow businesses, build wealth, and increase reinvestment in the African communities of Minnesota. 2 – Our Work: Through workshops and consultations on financial literacy, business development, and home ownership, ADC provides culturally competent services to Minnesota?s African community. ADC

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United Sudanese and South Sudanese Communities Association (USASSCA)



The United Sudanese and South Sudanese Communities Association known by its acronym USASSCA includes leaders from the South Sudanese, Darfurian, Nuba and other Sudanese and South Sudanese communities in the diaspora working together for the benefit of the communities in the diaspora as well as working toward the achievement of

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Kagame speaks out on US threat over used clothes ban



Kagame speaks out on US threat over used clothes ban. President Paul Kagame has said that Rwanda will proceed with the planned phase-out of importation of second-hand clothes despite the threats that it could lead to a review of eligibility to access duty-free access to the American market.

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African Solutions Are Needed For African Problems – Prophet Shepherd Bushiri on his Corporate Side



African Solutions Are Needed For African Problems – Prophet Shepherd Bushiri on his Corporate Side.

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Prof Brice Sinsin led a High-level Delegation from Regional Universities Forum for Capacity Building in Agriculture (RUFORUM) to meet President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf in Liberia.



Prof Brice Sinsin led a High-level Delegation from Regional Universities Forum for Capacity Building in Agriculture (RUFORUM) to meet President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf in Liberia.f Liberia, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf

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President Sirleaf Meets High-level Delegation from Regional Universities Forum for Capacity Building in Agriculture (RUFORUM)



President Sirleaf Meets High-level Delegation from Regional Universities Forum for Capacity Building in Agriculture (RUFORUM)

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Rights and Accountability in Development Limited (RAID)



RAID is a non-profit making organisation based in Oxford that works to hold companies to account for illegal and unethical practices by helping victims to obtain redress, and by campaigning for stronger domestic and international mechanisms of regulation for business. RAID advocates for binding corporate accountability frameworks, particularly the

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African Diaspora Explorers Club



Are you interested in the rich history, culture, and art of the African Diaspora?

Then this group is for you!

This group will explore the rich contributions of people of African descent throughout the world. We will enhance our knowledge through art exhibits, books, movies, lectures, social gatherings, concerts and

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Pan-African Association



American history is forged upon the mutual assistance of community members, who have helped one another in acclimating to new surroundings, building new beginnings, and living the American Dream. The Pan-African Association continues the historic tradition of mutual aid, empowering individuals to live better lives through the strength of

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Ecole des Cadres



L’école des Cadres est un établissement privé, qui dispense à ses élèves un enseignement du programme français et mauritanien.
L’école a su construire au fil des années un cadre de vie propice au bon déroulement d’un enseignement de qualité.
L’établissement accueille les enfants

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Burundi Diaspora



La Diaspora Burundaise a ?t? cr?? officiellement le 29 juin 2012 ? Bujumbura lors du 50 aires de l?independance du Burundi, enti?rement pour notre si belle diaspora, elle est un organisme ? but non lucratif destin? aux services exclusifs de la communaut? burundaises et amis du Burundi. Mission: La Diaspora

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African Diaspora and the Atlantic World Research Circle



The African Diaspora and the Atlantic World Research Circle was originally funded as the African Diaspora Cluster. It explores the dispersion of African peoples from their original homelands, not only within the continent of Africa, but also worldwide — to places such as the United States, Europe, the Caribbean and South

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Edo Association of Washington DC



he history of the Edo people in America is no different from any other immigrant arrival on these shores, with similar political and cultural shocks. More often than not, the realities encountered fall short of the stories and myths that inspire such long and ardous undertakings to come here.

The

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Riana Development Foundation Network



Activities: Riana’s mission is to build the capacity of vulnerable people to enable them to become self reliant and restore their hope for the future.A world free from poverty where people have the ability to live life to their full potential.Riana pursues its objectives through capacity building,

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African Teachers Association-USA (ATA)



African Teachers’ Association, Inc hereafter referred as Africateachers is a not-for-profit organization ensuring and promoting quality education through supervision, training and empowerment of African teachers. Africateachers is committed to work with school districts, teachers union and all educational stakeholders in order to ensure students achievement irrespective of their

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African Teachers Association-USA (ATA)



African Teachers’ Association, Inc hereafter referred as Africateachers is a not-for-profit organization ensuring and promoting quality education through supervision, training and empowerment of African teachers. Africateachers is committed to work with school districts, teachers union and all educational stakeholders in order to ensure students achievement irrespective of their

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Burmese Association of Western Australia



1 – Mission Statement To promote facilitate and achieve better understanding, closer relationships and mutual appreciation, advancement and co-operation among the Burmese, and other Australian communities by Social, Cultural, Welfare, Charitable and Educational activities and programs. 2 – Background: The Association has a membership of approximately 300 persons which is the

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Diaspora Council of Tanzanians in America



DICOTA is dedicated to the virtuous cycle of improving livelihood, social, and economic development of Tanzania and America. Its main goal is to exchange ideas, best practices and debate issues with intergovernmental agencies and organizations, and strive to be a catalyst for the establishment of better economic, social and cultural

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Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa



The history of COMESA began in December 1994 when it was formed to replace the former Preferential Trade Area (PTA) which had existed from the earlier days of 1981. COMESA (as defined by its Treaty) was established ‘as an organisation of free independent sovereign states which have agreed to co-

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Nigerian-American Multi Service Association



Nigerian-American Multi Service Association (NAMSA) is a registered 501(c)3 community (non-profit) organization founded in 1988 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. NAMSA serves the Nigerian-American community all across the United States by providing value-added services and quality support.

NAMSA Vision

NAMSA’s Vision
NAMSA’s vision

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Made In Africa New York



Finally, New York has a night dedicated to cutting edge African culture.

“Made in Africa” brings, a pan-African music night thrown by young urban Africans. “Made in Africa” will feature music from across the African continent and beyond.
The event brings an international ambiance and caters to diverse crowd.

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