Africa Network Initiative vision is to improve the quality of live of people, reduce poverty and mitigate conflicts by fostering entrepreneurship, innovation , trade and investment between the US and Africa and to contribute to the economic stability of Africa and the economic empowerment of all people of African descent as well as all friends of Africa around the world.
AFRICA NETWORK INITIATIVE will contribute to the economic growth of Africa and the economic empowerment of all Africans and friends of Africa around the world by connecting investors, mentors and entrepreneurs to enhance trade, investment and entrepreneurship and by establishinging business partnership between US and African entrepreneurs.
AFRICA NETWORK INITIATIVE will contribute to the creation of safe economic environment and the social well being of African population by helping to mitigate violence ,educating and supporting youth entrepreneurship for the creation of jobs and income generating activities. It is a fact that so many African youths are trapped in violence, recruitment in armed groups because of lack of jobs. Boosting entrepreneurship opportunities and creating jobs will definitely help mitigate the violence and reduce poverty.
A Fiscally sponsored project of Solidarity International Foundation, Africa Network Initiative Inc believes that business can be a catalyst for social change.
LEADERSHIP AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS
President and Founder.
M. Jacques Mushagasha.President and Founder.
M.A Conflict Transformation. Center For Justice and Peacebuilding. Eastern Mennonite University ( Harrisonburg, Virginia, USA )
Jacques Mushagasha Is a peace-builder probationer who believes that inspiring and economically empowering youth and disenfranchised communities by promoting entrepreneurship and creating jobs is critical for social change, poverty reduction and conflicts transformation.
Former U.S Navy and retired U.S Government Employee.
EXECUTIVE FINANCIAL OFFICER.
Mushamalirhwa Theo Nyamuhindu
Executive Administrative Officer.
Madama Julienne MIHIGO