The Africa-America Institute (AAI), a leading New York-based international education and policy organization, announced today that The Coca-Cola Africa Foundation has awarded the organization a grant of $750,000 to support its leadership training program aimed at strengthening the professional managerial capacity in African civil societies and small business sectors.
The Africa-America Institute (AAI) announced Oct.1 the appointment of Amini Kajunju to the position of President and CEO of the New York-based international organization. Kajunju, a native of the Democratic Republic of Congo, is the first African ever to serve at the helm of the oldest nonprofit organization of its kind in the United States.
At a historic U.S. gathering honoring Africa’s only two female heads of state, The Africa-America Institute (AAI) paid tribute on September 26 at its 28th Annual Gala to Her Excellency President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf of the Republic of Liberia and Her Excellency President Joyce Banda of the Republic of Malawi for championing the rights of women and their full inclusion in economic development to boost economic growth. The celebratory black-tie event also honored leading African and U.S. leaders for their contributions to Africa and the world.
Join Heads of State from some of Africa’s fastest growing economies and top U.S. and African public and private sector […]
The Africa-America Institute will host its 28th Annual Awards Dinner Gala on September 26, in New York City, honoring Africa’s […]
AAI, in coordination with Columbia’s SIPA Pan-African Network (SPAN) and New York’s PBS station WNET Channel 13, hosted a screening […]
AAI’s Africa and America – Connecting Worlds(AACW) lecture tour featured H.E. Romain Murenzi, Rwanda’s Minister of Education, Science, Technology and […]