About.

African Sons and Daughters (ASD) is a non-profit organisation focused on the needs of members of the African community in the UK and the Worldwide African Diaspora.
Our purpose is to connect like-minded individuals that are committed to establishing social networks with the sole purpose of providing resources and services that improve the well-being of our communities in the U.K and the Worldwide African Diaspora.

Mission.

To promote and encourage the social, economic and physical well-being of the African community in the U.K and Worldwide African Diaspora.

Connect individuals committed to establishing social networks that are dedicated providing resources and services that improve the well-being of our communities in the U.K and the Worldwide African Diaspora.

`If you want to go quickly, go alone. If you want to go far, go together`

- African Proverb

Objectives

African Sons and Daughters provides a steady income and support network for community services that are valued but susceptible to recent and any future Central Government policy change.

African Sons and Daughters provide an opportunity for members of the public to support and contribute directly towards services in their local community.

Services

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Support

The African Sons and Daughters team work tirelessly for the greater cause of our community striving to achieve all aims and objectives successfully.

We have huge faith in the future of our community and with your help, we would appreciate every little of your support you could offer.

Latest Articles

GENOCIDE DENIAL AND DISTORTION: CRITICAL EXAMINATION OF CHARLES KAMBANDA’S TOXIC NARRATIVE

2020-09-29 01:29:34 - by andropetre

This year 2020, as the World marked the 75th anniversary of the end of the Holocaust, Rwanda marked 26 years after the end of the genocide that saw approximately one million innocent people perish at the hands of extremists who fed on the poison chalice of genocidaires.
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Bursary re-launched to support BAME tech businesses

2020-09-29 01:26:20 - by andropetre

SETsquared Bristol, based at the University of Bristol, provides access to strategic advice and coaching, to help entrepreneurs fulfil their potential
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Entrepreneurs launch crowdfunding platform for black-owned businesses

2020-09-29 01:24:55 - by andropetre

Inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement and support for initiatives like Black Pound Day sisters Anita Egbune and Marian Arafiena hope their new venture will help black businesses fulfil their potential
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COVID-19 can ‘provide an opportunity for innovation and solidify unity’ in Africa

2020-09-29 01:21:34 - by andropetre

Stan Nkwain, the Director of the United Nations Development Programme, was speaking after the publication of a report that identifies the challenges the continent will face following the pandemic
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