Many SRDC members & PADU partners are actively engaged in a variety of on the ground initiatives in Africa and the African Diaspora.  These are projects that reach out, and work towards enriching and enhancing the quality of life…

“It is important to nurture any new ideas and initiatives which can make a difference for Africa.”  ~Wangari Maathai (Kenya)

•Pan African Global Trade Conference – Mr. Al Washington
Promotes trade, commerce, education, and cultural development between the people and business enterprises of the U.S., and the nation states in Africa. READ MORE…

Better building bridges than building walls. ~Swahili

•Dr. Ruth Love: Dr. Love’s projects include: Adopt A Village ; Ambulances, Medical and School Supplies to Matthew 25 House (servicing HIV Positive women); Building Schools (South Africa); School Fees (Ghana); WAPP / West African Power Plants; People to People. DETAILS

Hope makes one live.  ~Haiti

Mothers For Africa, The Nana Sekyiaabea Foundation – (Haiti, Congo and Ghana) – Ms. Nana Nehanda Sekyiaabea.  A non profit organization whose mission is to alleviate suffering in Africa. MOTHERS FOR AFRICA

God says do your part and I’ll do mine. ~Haiti

Asuogya Agro Processing Co-op is a grass roots project spearheaded by a group of local women farmers in a small village in the Brong Ahafo area of Ghana, West Africa. In 1998, springing from an idea that one of the women had about starting her own Cassava processing business….READ MORE
Ms. Grace Abena Asantewaa James

You must act as if it is impossible to fail. ~ Ashanti

•Cultural Reconnection and AAKEWO Textiles & School Project & more (Kenya, East Africa) – Dr. Joye Hardiman, Ms. Marcia Tate Arunga CULTURAL RECONNECTION

The river may be wide, but it can be crossed.  ~Ivory Coast

Ghana Nkwanta Project – Ms. Adjoa Linda Fletcher
Working together to build and develop the “Land Gift” that was given for the betterment of all Afrikans.

A fish, actively swimming, is the best expert of the waters.  ~Africa

•Irrigation & Farming Project, Burundi (East Africa) – Mr. T. West

Do not let what you cannot do tear from your hands what you can.  ~Ashanti

•Brick Making & Production Project (Nigeria, West Africa) – Mrs. Folashade Farr

A pint of  help is better than a thousand pities.  ~Guyana & U.S. Virgin Islands

•Medical Clinics & School-Orphanage Project (Burundi, East Africa) – Ms. Aline Diakite

If you have, give; if you need, seek. ~Malawi

•Rice Production & Distribution (Guinea Conakry, West Africa) – Dr. David Horne & Ms. Gloria Conley

Help me during the floods, I will help you during the drought.  ~Tanzania

•YAABA, Inc.: Reaching Out To Africa – YAABA  has several projects in the Akuapim Rim, Eastern Region of Ghana which includes sending books, braille books, educational materials and medical supplies to Africa, and a Youth-to-Africa program.  Mr. Kumasi Palmer YAABA: REACHING OUT TO AFRICA

Talking about fire doesn’t boil the pot. ~U.S. Black Belt South

•Maa Sankofah Hotels and Tours – Maa Sankofah is a self contained retreat/conference facility located in the mountains in Abure, Ghana.  Maa Sankofah arranges tours of local schools, orphanages, hospitals etc., as well as standard tours of Ghana. Mr. Kumasi Palmer MAA SANKOFAH HOTELS AND TOURS

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