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African Diaspora Business Initiative: Detroit: March 29-30, 2011

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  1. Mzee Mwanakijiji

    Mzee Mwanakijiji Platinum Member

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    OPEN THE DOOR FOR AFRICAN DIASPORA

    Topics
    What can AU, ECOWAS and NEPAD offer the African Diaspora?
    What can African Diaspora bring to AU, ECOWAS and NEPAD?​
    Dates: March 29 ~ 30, 2011
    Venue:
    Hotel St. Regis, 3071 W. Grand Blvd, Detroit MI 48202
    Time: 8:30 am ~ 2:30 pm

    Why African Diaspora Business Initiative Conference

    This ADBI Conference is geared to establish a framework through which the African Diaspora in the U.S. would be mainstreamed in Africa’s activities. The objective is to empower the African Diaspora to become more associated with Africa’s growth and development so that they can contribute effectively to the realization of its goals.
    This conference will served as an important outreach event for AU, ECOWAS & NEPAD to explain and showcase their objectives and orientation and its transition processes. It will provide a unique platform for disseminating information about their programs, objectives and services.
    The broad understanding is that the Diaspora should be directly involved in Africa’s activities and mechanisms should be put in place for the African Diaspora to partner with the AU, ECOWAS & NEPAD to foster economic and social development. This could include the provision of human and financial resources. Africa must develop a collective strategy for engaging the Diaspora. There is a wealth of financial, technical and intellectual expertise of Africans in the U.S. Africa needs to exploit these human and material resources to help tackle the challenges of development, environmental degradation, food security, and energy supply, HIV/AIDS, capacity building and equitable economic growth.

    Tuesday, March 29th
    AFRICAN DIASPORA BUSINESS INITIATIVE

    8:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    Welcome, Registration & Breakfast
    Capacity Buiding
    Questions & Answers

    1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
    Lunch
    What can AU, ECOWAS and NEPAD offer the Africans?
    What can Africans bring to AU, ECOWAS and NEPAD?
    Q & A / One-on-one networking

    Wed. March 30th
    NETWORKING WITH U.S. CORPOTATIONS


    8:30 AM - 12:30 PM (RSVP Only)
    Welcome & Introduction
    Business Breakfast
    1:30 PM - 3:30 PM (RSVP Only)
    Business Presentation
    Business Networking

    6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    African leadership meeting with delegates

    Who Are Attending? --- High-level African delegates
    Her Excellency, Amina Salium Ali [keynote Speaker]African Union Ambassador to the United States

    Other speakers and presenters are high-level delegates representing:
    Economic Community of West African States - (ECOWAS)
    Southern Africa Development Community - (SADC)
    Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa - (COMESA)
    Federation of West African Manufacturer's Associations - (FEWAMA)
    The New Partnership For Africa’s Development - (NEPAD)
    Federation of West African Chambers of Commerce & Industries - (FEWACCI)
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    Other attendees are Africans residing in Michigan & Windsor, U.S Corporations, businesses, organizations and financial institutions.​
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    Supported by:
    United African Community Organization in collaboration with African organizations, African leaders and African businesses in the Michigan community.

    This is an opportunity to network; meet high-level African delegates, share ideas and make contacts,







    NB: Karibuni Detroit - UACO ni Jumuiya ya vyama wa Waafrika ambayo TAMI - Tanzania Association of Michigan ni wanachama.

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    R S V P Only
    Seats are limited


    Breakfast / Lunch Severed
    (Tuesday) FREE


     
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    mambomengi JF-Expert Member

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    Thanks for information & invitation.

    I like the most your signature.
     
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    Pascal Mayalla JF-Expert Member

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    Nimeipenda hii, ni majibu tosha kwa walengwa, tena unoposhutumiwa kwa kuwepo huko ulipo, sio wote wanaolewa exposure makes power, ungekuwepo nyumbani, sidhani kama ungekuwa na the 'power' you have now to hit them hard enough to touch them and make an impact mpaka wanalalama.


    You never know ungekuwa nyumbani ungekuwa wapi, yanayowakuta ma critique wa mfumo ovu, sote tunayajua, labda ungesustain jaribio la kuvuliwa uraia, au ungezimishwa kama kile kipindi cha talk show ya 'Kiti Moto', au unge just vanish into thin air kama Stan Katabalo!. Thanks you are there, keep hit'n 'em had till they have enough to loose the grip!.
     
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    sulphadoxine JF-Expert Member

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    Hiyo signature ni kiboko.
     
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