To empower the African devastated communities and the less privileged.
Founded in March 2006 in South Africa, the Impact Africa Network has held successful Human Rights and Peace Resolution Summits and Conferences in Abuja-Nigeria in October 2009, in Uromi-Edo State, Nigeria in November 2011 and in Owerri-Imo State, Nigeria in April 2012 which attracted lots of Newspaper Publications and Live Radio Interactive Sessions with the Hot 99.5 FM Radio Owerri and the Orient 99 FM Radio/Orient Television Owerri, and the NTA Channel 12 Owerri; in Johannesburg-South Africa, in 2006, 2009, 2010 and 2011; and have participated in various international programs that have favoured African Communities like initiating provision of clean water to the needy through the Water for Life Global SOS Mobile Water Purifier and the Personal or Pocket Water Purifier in Hanover Park, Chicago USA in August 2008 and in Washington DC USA in May 2009 during the “African Display” of this project.
In many of these summits, conferences and workshops, we have provided a certificate of participation to participants, and have developed some contests for the University and College students and presented gifts and awards to winners of these contests. We have also given many awards to individuals, groups, and some royal dynasties for their roles in making peace and encouraging human rights in their society and communities; some to act as a catalyst in promoting and protecting human rights and peace in our societies.
We have been involved in sending relief materials to the needy in Burundi through the affiliating churches in Bujumbura, the capital of Burundi in September 2007 during our “Lift Me Up Mission To Burundi”. The Nigerian Diplomatic Corps and the Burundian Presidency received and applauded us for this effort.
Our Human Rights efforts have seen us participate in International Human Rights Summits and Education both at the Geneva-Switzerland, USA and Brussels-Belgium, hence giving African Sons and Daughters opportunities to learn and come out of inferiority complex in association with the Youth for Human Rights International and some other organizations.
We have educated some of the African Law Makers on Peace Resolutions and Human Rights Education in the City of Plymouth- England in April 2010 through our initiated “Empower Africa Conferences” in association with the World Academy of Arts, Literature and Media (WAALM). The Mayor of Plymouth Hon. Lord Mayor Ken Foster was at the occasion. Some of the African Parliamentarians received “Together We Can Award” during that conference. The Herald, Saturday April 10, 2010, Plymouth City, England carried the publication.
Impact Africa Network works in association with some non-profit organizations which help to make our vision and mission to Africa a success.