The Africa-America Institute will host its 60th Anniversary Celebration activities in New York City during the opening week of the United Nations General Assembly.
Read a statement by Amini Kajunju, President and CEO of The Africa-America Institute, on Nelson Mandela International Day.
AAI president advocated to African presidents about advancing higher education prior to a White House meeting.
AAI President delivers a keynote address at the Harvard Club in New York City.
With President Barack Obama set to deliver the first State of the Union Address of his second term on Feb. 12, AAI President and CEO offers her perspective on what we’d like to hear from President as it relates to Africa.
The Africa-America Institute will hold its first leadership training program aimed at strengthening the professional managerial capacity in African civil […]
Read a keynote speech given by Amini Kajunju, President and CEO of The Africa-America Institute, at Applause Africa’s Second Annual African Diaspora Awards in New York City.
AAI alumna Angelina Paulino Comé, with assistance from Mouzinho Mario, AAI former Country Representative, is spearheading efforts in the donation of books, computers, equipment and furniture from AAI’s Mozambique country office to benefit the southern African nation’s local secondary schools and universities.
Amini Kujunju, President and CEO of The Africa-America Institute, delivered a keynote address on “The Imperative Role Young Diasporians Play in the Advancement of Africa” at Applause Africa’s Second Annual African Diaspora Awards on December 8, in New York City. In the address, Kajunju challenged Diasporians to serve as a bridge in fostering greater understanding between the continent and the Western world.
With one of the world’s fastest growing economic regions, African and international leaders gathered for an exclusive high-level conference in New York on September 27, to put forth innovative solutions on maximizing Africa’s emerging market and foreign investment potential to create much-needed jobs and spur robust economic growth and on fully engaging women in African economic development.