Go Africa Network Inc. (a 501(c)(3) U.S. based non-profit), endeavors to advance the awareness and socio-economic development of Africa and the U.S. through local and international outreach initiatives via the following methods and vehicles:

  • Direct intervention for training, education, health, wellness, and trade (import/export) initiatives that are linked to employment in order to facilitate growth, development and progressive self-sustainment of the targeted populace.
  • Promotion of trade-centric events, forums, meetings, and fairs via public-private partnerships and governmental collaboration to drive trade via import/exports for countries in Africa.
  • Direct import/export and related processing of agricultural, fruit, and nut products and by-products to direct manufacturers and consumers in the U.S. and throughout the world.
  • Assimilation, processing and analysis of information that facilitates communication and information sharing for African communities in the context of progressive socio-economic development.
  • Promotion and development of initiatives and programs for training, education, health, and wellness initiatives that are linked to employment in order to facilitate growth, development and progressive self-sustainment of the targeted populous via public-private partnerships and governmental collaboration.
  • Development of information portals and blogs that facilitates progressive communication and dialogue in the sphere of soci-economic development in Africa.
  • Development of regional content that promotes progressive economic development in Africa.
  • Fostering and development of governmental relationships and partnerships that lead toward long-term progressive soci-economic development in Africa.

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Development

  • Direct intervention for training, education, health, and wellness initiatives that are linked to employment in order to facilitate growth, development and progressive self-sustainment of the targeted populous.
  • Facilitation of trade centric initiatives such as import/export of agricultural (fruit, nut) and related products, goods and services to and from the U.S. and throughout the world with the overarching objective of progressively delivering value to our community constituents.

Trade

  • Promotion of trade-centric events, forums, meetings, and fairs via public-private partnerships and governmental collaboration to drive trade via import/exports for countries in Africa and the U.S..
  • Direct import/export and related processing of agricultural, fruit products and by-products to direct manufacturers and consumers in the U.S. and throughout the world.

Government

  • Fostering and development of governmental relationships and partnerships that lead toward long-term progressive soci-economic development in Africa and the U.S.