A Message from the Founder
My personal beliefs which founded and guides the Promote West Africa (PWA) activities are motivated by the embracement of philanthropy that deals with symptoms rather than causes.
Our PWA activities will open the door to new possibilities for connectivity and exchanges, given the diverse interests of its directors this goal is possible..
As doers, over time, collectively we will operate with a focused set of priorities and strive to make an impact and contribution within that self-constrained focus toward West Africa. These priorities will likely change and evolve, maintaining discipline and narrowing our set of focused areas will be a necessary challenge.
As a global citizen, I value human rights, individual liberty, and objectivism.
I am deeply troubled by the perpetual societal ignorance, especially about people of color and Africa. This is a reality that impacts the fundamental development of the related diasporas.
I am an advocate for the upliftment of individual freedom, equal opportunity and believe PWA should stress the importance of individual accountability for action or inaction.
A Wholistic approach engaging tactical thinking and the fact that PWA is both a U.S. and West African-based organization should not prevent it from defining its role in a global context, rather it should amplify it, and be accomplished without compromising our standards of practice.
I believe that by way of PWA we can institute an articulated and efficient public/private dialogue that will input concretized measures across sectors and allow for a swift move towards implementing solutions on the ground.
We will be a part of the process for mobilizing cohesion, growth, and sustainability.
I look forward with anticipation to the evolution of PWA.
Promote West Africa (PWA