ACOMAD is a coalition of like-minded organizations driving for the preservation of the future of Africa, and core value and believe in urgent action, innovation, and the necessity of transformation.
Ahmed A. Salami
Worldview – The Gambia
49 Garba Jahumpa Road Bakau New Town, Bakau
P.O.Box 2234 Serrekunda, K.S.M.D, The Gambia
Tel: +220 7874550
Tola Winjobi (PhD) CAFSO-WRAG for
Development +234 8082008222
Dr. Hanan El-Amin Muddathir Environmental
Initiative for Sustainable Development
Organization (EnvI) St. 47, Khartoum 2.
P.O. Box 1920, Khartoum, Sudan
Tel: +249 123755409
Dorothy Jebet Elimu Kwanza
Initiative Mwalimu Plaza
P.0 Box 63, Kabarnet Baringo, Kenya
Tel: +254 722660008
Lilly Adjoa Bright
The Coalition Of Volunteering Organizaons, Ghana (COVOG)
53 Castle road Adabraka, YMCA building
Email: [email protected]
Tel: +233 24 250 3145
Investment Watch (I-Watch)
Carrosel New Boulevard, Yaounde Cameroon
P.O Box 3873, Yaounde, Cameroon
Tel: +237 677397870
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Frequently Asked Questions
African Coalition on Migration and Development (ACOMAD) is a platform that brings together activists, experts, scholars, practitioners and emerging interests on migration issues and related challenges as it affects the development of the whole African Continent, Africans and the international community.
500 years of exploitation by foreigners is enough. It is time for us to do something for our own survival. Grant in aid (ODA) is a new form of colonization. A whole continent cannot live forever on aid which has become a crime of policy.
The platform was as a result of a project on irregular migration supported by European Commission and other development partners which the organizers felt should be sustained through discussing and taking collective actions, awareness raising and advocacy that would preserve African resources and facilitate sustainable development for African countries.
Recognizing the fact that Africans have to join hands together in rolling up our sleeves in fighting neo-colonialism and migration that robs Africa of development; and recognizing the need to come together to campaign for Africanism; advocate better migration management and protect human, natural and mineral resources of Mother Africa;
We established African Coalition on Migration and Development (ACOMAD), and accept this constitution as the supreme document to guide our activities.
To advocate and provide consultation for social economic, political justice, peace and development for Africa by Africans; promote transparency and accountability among institutions across the continent and campaign against human rights abuses and exploitation perpetrated against Africans anywhere in the world.
The constitution was formally endorsed by the General Assembly of ACOMAD on the 28th day of October, 2020. This significant event was witnessed by esteemed members of our coalition. The ratification of the constitution was further authenticated by the signatures of our Board of Trustees, thereby marking a pivotal moment in our organization’s history.