5 Legacy Projects


1. The African Diaspora Volunteer Corps - We have undertaken to implement phase I of the task to create the African Diaspora Volunteer Corps at with the African Civil Society Organizations (CSO) over 200 Africana studies programs in the USA.  We start at the University of Cincinnati for public schools.


2. The African Diaspora Skills Database - We will with the resources of the University of Cincinnati create an African Diaspora Skills Database in three Phases. Phase  I is used to define the creation of the African Diaspora Volunteer Corps. Phase II is to encourage and support the development of an African Union Diaspora Volunteer programme as a framework for associating the Diaspora directly with the development of the continent and which will soon be operation at  Phase III is the use of that database to solve problems.

3. The African Institute for Remittance  - This work is based on the framework report created 21 November 2015  for a report to be issued on May 25th of 2016 on the African Institute of Remittance based on previous actions of the African Diaspora and organs and officials of the African Union since July 16, 2012.  We look to set up at the University the Center for the Business of Africa in the 2017 School year.

4. The African Diaspora Investment Fund - This work is based on the report created 21 November 2015 
for an African Investment Fund which in turn is based on previous AU actions since July 16, 2012.  This funding will let us use the business model of the American CRA Qualified Investment Fund  as a guide in the creation of a global organization with an ownership structure that supports the people of the African Union. Each African country shall own 1% of the African Investment Fund through an in-country public-private partnership in which the African Union's qualified civil society organizations shall own at least 30% and the government through a private-public partnership shall own up to 30%. 

5. Development of a Marketplace for African Development shall be based at the University of Cincinnati with development funding as an Agreement. This AGREEMENT is to be between the people of the African Diaspora and ECOSOCC  in regards to decisions to the five tasks given unto us the people of Africa in the sixth region, as defined by civil society on 28 February 2016 at University of Cincinnati setting. 


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