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Tama Monday Yari | Executive Director

- REGISTERED OBJECTIVES -

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To work towards the realization of African Union Agenda 2063, African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA), and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

No doubt, this time is a historic moment for us and represents the beginning of a new era in our collective resolve & self-determination to make Africa Great Again in line with the AU Agenda 2063 and the UN SDGs which has become our collective aspiration & yearning for the ‘Africa We Want.

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Ms. Frans Frida | SADC Regional Director

Our Registered Objectives

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To contribute to building a strong and better continent through a formidable collaboration and Cross border Youths Engagement, Community Development Empowerment, in producing visionary leaders, policymakers, and entrepreneurs, to have an integrated, prosperous and peaceful Africa driven by its citizens and representing a dynamic force in the global arena.

Iintra-African trade liberalization must be inclusive for youths and women.

Only through Africans, Africa can be great again.

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Ms. Soumaya Zaddem | MENA Regional Director

Our Registered Objectives

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Educating and advocating for our youths by providing services and leadership to meet the emerging needs of young people and their families in our communities.

Growing together is the best!

Celebrating each other progress improve productivity

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Bar. Brendan C. Ugwu | Legal & Policies Adviser

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Creating opportunities for young people to discover and express their abilities and skills by empowering them in their decision-making

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Mrs. Charity Chike | Comm & ICT Director

Our Registered Objectives

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Economic Empowerment.

Iintra-African trade liberalization must be inclusive for youths and women.

Only through Africans, Africa can be great again.

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Amb. Sarah Dantsoho | HR & ADMI dIRECTOR

Our REGISTERED OBJECTIVES

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To encourage and foster the spirit of Pan-Africanism, Afrocentrism, and Black Consciousness.

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Great Minds Empire Africa Foundation also known as the African Center for Youth Development, Education and Advocacy Initiative is a charitable non-governmental, non-political, non-profit organization established to primarily engage in the task of making Africa great again by finding practical solutions, meaning, and expression to the African aspirations as envisioned and enshrine in the AU Agenda 2063 and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. READ MORE

Vision

Empowering African women and youth for socio-economic transformation in order to have an integrated, prosperous, and peaceful Africa driven by its own citizens.

Mission

A Pan African and youth-focused organization that seeks to build a strong and better continent through formidable collaborations and Cross border youth engagement; People-focused development and empowerment projects, research, and recommendation in producing visionary leaders, policymakers, and entrepreneurs, in other to have an integrated, prosperous and peaceful Africa driven by its citizens and representing a dynamic force in the global arena.

For decades, African youths have been trending in the violent cycles of elections especially post-election violence due to several underlying factors including unequal access to electoral education, misinformation and partisanship; inequitable labor-saving technologies; underpaid or unpaid labor; harmful political cultural practices; and limited legal protection from systems entrenched in society. READ MORE

“Street to Skill is a community-based peered project conceived as an intervention to myriads of Children/youths living in the street under the abject poverty line. Children/Youth restlessness, lack of direction, access to capital, and opportunities to develop life skills are limitations to their development and empowerment, hence the need to harness their talents.
Many children/Youth, READ MORE

Public School Rural Electrification Project

In a world where qualified exams are set the same, whether you are from a rich home, poor or average or you have access to electricity, reading materials or Not.
According to Statista, Access to electricity in sub-Saharan Africa by pupils to read their books was set to decrease from 2021. Some 597 million people did not have electricity connection, This means that around five out of every 10 individuals.. READ MORE

AfCFTA Youth Trade project; this unique web-based platform will allow youths and youth-owned businesses, organizations, companies and government entities across the continent to actively engage, connecting sellers and buyers, Learn new skills from a range of free e-learning tool kits, access and qualify for various funding/grants opportunities under the AfCFTA Youth Trade Fund… READ MORE

LIFE Project is a faculty-driven, peer-to-peer mentorship project intervention designed to equip the next generation of African youths & leaders with relevant skill set. This is part of our commitment to building a skill-based/driven African economy towards sustainability and self-reliance.
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SDG & Culture Project

Cultural sustainability relates to sustainable development and highlights culture’s important role in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The SDGs build upon the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), whose agenda was pursued from 2000 to 2015. The new 2030 Agenda was adopted in 2015 and aims at 17 Sustainable Development Goals and 169 targets… READ MORE

AfCFTA Youth Trade project; this unique web-based platform will allow youths and youth-owned businesses, organizations, companies and government entities across the continent to actively engage, connecting sellers and buyers, Learn new skills from a range of free e-learning tool kits, access and qualify for various funding/grants opportunities under the AfCFTA Youth Trade Fund… READ MORE

LIFE Project is a faculty-driven, peer-to-peer mentorship project intervention designed to equip the next generation of African youths & leaders with relevant skill set. This is part of our commitment to building a skill-based/driven African economy towards sustainability and self-reliance.
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Africa Project Tracker

Cultural sustainability relates to sustainable development and highlights culture’s important role in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The SDGs build upon the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), whose agenda was pursued from 2000 to 2015. The new 2030 Agenda was adopted in 2015 and aims at 17 Sustainable Development Goals and 169 targets… READ MORE

Our four pillars...

Advocacy

We keep raising our voices for honesty and truth and frown against injustice and oppression.

Leadership

Building the next generational African leaders is in our DNA, and thus drive our corporate existence.

Opportunities

We ensure that youths have access to quality and timely opportunities across the continent.

Mentoring

Providing a diverse peer-to-peer cross-sector mentorship opportunity for youth in Africa.

Social Impact Report

We have numbers that push us to give in our best and make sure that we break our own records. We are happy to be growing and helping more day by day.
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It's not the government that is going to trade. It's the private sector, SMEs , cross boarder informal traders.etc.
Thus, We owe it to ourselves to follow the updates and complement the policy maker efforts. Interesting times!
#AfCFTA
@greatmindempire

Q & A | Are there Rules in the AfCFTA that safeguard domestic/local businesses?
@gtchiwanza attending to the question.

@_AfricanUnion @AfCFTA @AfCFTANG @FridaFrans__

Join the discussions on our annual event;
CAADP PP -28-30 November 2022: https://pp.aucaadp.org/18th-caadp-pp-agenda
MAPLE-01-02 December 2022: https://maple.aucaadp.org/maple-2022-agenda This year's theme is "Nutrition Sensitive Agriculture:A pathway to Strengthening Resilience of Agro-Food Systems on the Continent"

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H.E. @MeneWamkele welcomed the Prime Minister of South Korea, Han Duck-soo along with a high level delegation including the Korean Ambassador to Ghana. PM Duck-soo expressed his immense support for the Secretariat and the willingness to support its objectives. #AfCFTA

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LIVE at G-COP Policy Dialogue

Opening session with keynote speeches by @AfDB_Group President @akin_adesina, @_AfricanUnion Deputy Chairperson @mnsanzabaganwa, @IOMatAU Director @cissemariamam + @AfCFTA’s @MeneWamkele.

https://vimeo.com/event/2574898 (ENG)
https://youtu.be/zoXSyHOcSZo (FR)

The African diaspora is an invaluable resource for the development and growth of Africa. By leveraging this global network, Africans benefit from increased economic opportunities. The AfCFTA Secretariat along @AfDB_Group, @_AfricanUnion and @UNmigration are hosting a forum 1/2

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The AfCFTA Secretariat is pleased to announce that the much-anticipated AfCFTA Business Forum under the theme “Powering a Successful AfCFTA”, will take place from the 8th-10th of March, 2023 at the Cape Town International Convention Centre in Cape Town, South Africa. #AfCFTA

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