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The towering signpost of the nation’s political, cultural and spiritual expression stands at the centre of the bastion of the Nigerian democracy, the National Assembly. Its ambience of a bold, stout and straining arm depicts tremendous effort at lifting up the standard for the people, bringing hope of triumph after so much sacrifice amidst tears and blood. This great arm makes this effort on behalf of the people of Nigeria. The glittering gold of the mace foreshadows the quality and purity of the outcomes of the labours of true patriots out of their battles to bring law, order and good governance back to the nation after years of darkness under the brutal military outlaws. #FALFIMPACTAFRICA #FALFAFRICADAY #25THMAYEVOLUTIONAFRICA

The Askari Monument stands on the location of statue to Major Herman Von Wissmann, a German explorer and soldier, who became Governor of German East Africa in 1895. The first statue of Von Wissmann was erected in 1911 to celebrate the German victory in 1888, and then demolished in 1916 when the British occupied Dar es Salaam. The current statue, Askari Monument, depicts a soldier in a World War I uniform, commemorating the African troops who fought and died during the 1914-18 War.

Freedom Park is the South African tale in the voice of the South African people. Using our unique culture, heritage, history and spirituality, it tells of the events that shaped us and why we are who we are today. It is the heart and soul of our nation captured in one breathtaking space.Situated close to our capital's city centre, Freedom Park stands as a memorial to what we have achieved as a nation. Most importantly, it stands as a beacon to guide all South Africans on the route of hope and patriotism to a proudly united nation. Freedom Park urge use to experience and appreciate our history, to walk where our ancestors have walked and to learn about our shared heritage as brothers and sisters.

The First Congress of Independent African States was held in Accra, Ghana on 15 April 1958. It was convened by Prime Minister of Ghana. Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, and comprised representatives from Egypt (then a constituent part of the United Arab Republic), Ethiopia, Liberia, Libya, Morocco, Sudan, Tunisia, the Union of the Peoples of Cameroon and of the host country Ghana.

After WW I and the signing of the Treaty of Versailles, Cameroon, a German protectorate, was divided into two regions and put under French and British rule. In January 1960, French Cameroon became independent, British Cameroon, 10 months later. In 1972 the two countries united. This monument, dedicated in 1974, is a physical representation of the reunification between French and British Cameroons, representing two serpents whose heads merge and also reflected in the two colors of spiraling concrete.

Wow! Its 8 days to go! We counting up to commemorating our Africa Day celebration with impactful and sustainable acts of humanitarian services all across Africa. What are you waiting for… Join us, start now… do something to change the course of our great continent. #FALFIMPACTAFRICA #FALFAFRICADAY #25THMAYEVOLUTIONAFRICA

Wow! Its 8 days to go! We counting up to commemorating our Africa Day celebration with impactful and sustainable acts of humanitarian services all across Africa. What are you waiting for… Join us, start now… do something to change the course of our great continent. #FALFIMPACTAFRICA #FALFAFRICADAY #25THMAYEVOLUTIONAFRICA

Wow! Its 8 days to go! We counting up to commemorating our Africa Day celebration with impactful and sustainable acts of humanitarian services all across Africa. What are you waiting for… Join us, start now… do something to change the course of our great continent. #FALFIMPACTAFRICA #FALFAFRICADAY #25THMAYEVOLUTIONAFRICA

Wow! Its 8 days to go! We counting up to commemorating our Africa Day celebration with impactful and sustainable acts of humanitarian services all across Africa. What are you waiting for… Join us, start now… do something to change the course of our great continent. #FALFIMPACTAFRICA #FALFAFRICADAY #25THMAYEVOLUTIONAFRICA

Happy Africa Day! Each year on May 25, the continent celebrates Africa Day. Just how to celebrate the day is open to broad interpretations; In Zimbabwe, May 25 is a public holiday, while on Senegal’s former slave port, “Goree Island” a new movement dubbed “Africans Rising” is being launched to reclaim peace, dignity and justice for Africans on the continent and in diaspora. Elsewhere, there are concerts and ceremonies to mark the day. Africa Day is also celebrated by Africans abroad, as diaspora communities of different nationalities come together in cultural attires and swap traditional recipes. But for us (Future Africa Leaders Foundation) FALF ambassadors and GIA participants all across Africa, we see this as an opportunity to establish a sustainable impact, creating a sense of purpose and involving other millions of African youth in engaging community development. In commemoration of the Africa Day, several projects, acts of humanitarian services are carried out to help transform the state of Africa and Africans. #FALFIMPACTAFRICA #FALFAFRICADAY #25THMAYEVOLUTIONAFRICA

For more information on how to sponsor Project Africa, call: +234 708 645 7899 or visit; www.futureafricaleadersfoundation.org You can also write us @ fala.admin@loveworld360.com

OFFICIAL LAUNCH OF BREAK THE SICKLE CYCLE CAMPAIGN. Yusuph Gesase, a 2018 FALA winner and founder of Sickle Cell Youth Foundation (SCYF) had commenced an official launch of break the sickle cycle campaign. The campaign which held in the Capital City of Tanzania (Dodoma) had students from six different schools attend the event. The students were educated on the awareness of sickle cell disease. The event was honored by Minister of TAMISEMI Hon. Selemani Jafo, representative from WHO, President of Tanzania Sickle Cell Disease Alliance (TANSCDA) and the Chairperson of Medical Association of Tanzania (MAT), all as special guests. Aside the awareness campaign on SCD, the new information materials on Sickle Cell Disease was launched, and over 100 students had a free screening exercise. Prior to the official launch of this campaign, Yusuph has been running this campaign for over a year and has reached over 10 regions with 55,000 students impacted. #GIAIMPACT #FALA #FALF #GIA-SDGS #IMPACTAFRICA

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DONATION OF STANDARD FOOTBALL GOALPOST (INDUSTRY, INNOVATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE) - NIGERIA It was indeed a historic event for the youth and people of Oghede community, Benin city, Edo state. For the first time, since the inception of the school, they received a standard football goalpost. It is worthy to note that this field serves both the school and the community, with well over 500 youths in this community. “We noticed the lack of basic sports facility, which will help in the development and mentoring of young talents, as well as reduce the crime rate amongst these young people.” With this in mind, the 2018 Future Africa Leaders Awards nominee, Godwin Effiong, a 21-year- old 300-level undergraduate microbiology student from the University of Benin, embarked on this project to help bring sustainable development to the community. “With this, we’ve been able to address a challenge that has protracted for 39 years, since the inception of the school in 1980.” On the 21st of March 2019, this goalpost was donated/commissioned for use with a novelty match between the host school and a neighboring school in the community for the first time. The representing team for the host school wore their new jerseys for the first time. With this act of service, Godwin Effiong has initiated an innovative approach that will kick-start an improvement in the sporting sector, through this infant but impactful industrial and infrastructural development, as per addressing the SDG 9 (INDUSTRY, INNOVATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE). “Indeed, a need has been met and it is our sincere hope that some of the best world players will emerge from this community.” – GODWIN EFFIONG #GIAIMPACT #FALA #FALF #GIA-SDGS #IMPACTAFRICA

Happy Easter to you from the Future Africa Leaders Foundation. #ProjectAfrica #FALF #FALA #Leadership

Thank you for your commitment and support toward our projects and initiatives in the first quarter of this year, which has enabled us positively in impacting and empowering the youth in Africa. For more information on how to sponsor any of our projects and initiatives, please call+234 708 645 7899, +234 811 451 4212

THANK YOU POSTCARD Thank you for your commitment and support toward our projects and initiatives in the first quarter of this year, which has enabled us positively in impacting and empowering the youth in Africa. For more information on how to sponsor any of our projects and initiatives, please call+234 708 645 7899, +234 811 451 4212

Thank you for your commitment and support toward our projects and initiatives in the first quarter of this year, which has enabled us positively in impacting and empowering the youth in Africa. For more information on how to sponsor any of our projects and initiatives, please call+234 708 645 7899, +234 811 451 4212

Young, inspiring Avante Mafusire, a 2018 FALA nominee from Zimbabwe, under the platform of the Growth Initiative Award, initiated the construction of reading desks for students of School Made Easy in Chitungwiza. So far, a total of 40 reading desks have been provided to aid a more effective academic process for these students. She also launched a GIA Club at the school to inspire and get other young people involved in contributing to the growth of their community and Zimbabwe at large. #GIAIMPACT #FALA #FALF #GIA-SDGS #IMPACTAFRICA

IMPACT AFRICA CONFERENCE Maame Yaa, 2018 FALA Winner from Ghana, in collaboration with the Future Africa Leaders Foundation is organizing a conference tagged “IMPACT AFRICA.” This conference is geared towards inspiring and mobilizing young Africans to community development through the GIA platform. Date: 31st March 2019 Time: 2:00pm Venue: Folson Hall, Political Science Dept., University of Ghana, Legon. #GIAIMPACT #FALA #FALF #GIA-SDGS #IMPACTAFRICA

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