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How we got here

One Africa forum was birthed from an Idea more 10 years out of the need to develop Africa, Unite Africa and Africans and bring independence to the continent.
By Independence, we mean economic independence for African Nations and intellectual and financial independence for Africans.

For about 10 years, the leadership of One Africa Forum studied the terrains of Africa understanding both the peculiarities and the similarities in the challenges and opportunities on the continent.

These studies and strategies have better positioned the organization to tackle Africa’s core challenges from the grassroots.

After the global pandemic broke in 2020, the need became more pressing and we needed to intervene. One Africa Forum was officially launched on a Whatsapp group with just about 7 members at that time.
The organization continued to make its vision clear to Africans through commitment and impact and by December 2020 we had already established our bases in more 10 African countries. Today, One Africa forum is present in over 33 African countries, with coordinators from the Middle Easts, United States and Europe.
With many Afrocentric projects and initiatives currently embarked upon by the organisation in Africa, we equally understand the role of Africa in building and maintaining global cohesion for positive transformation.
In August 2021 we successfully held a global youth conference that attracted young people from all over the world to discuss the future of Africa, encourage collaborations and contribute the Africa’s development. Also in November 2021, we hosted a global men's conference to address social issues like the increasing rate of suicide, depression, mental health and trauma, gender-based violence and other toxicities exhibited by men globally. This was to help men become saner and be the best version of themselves and ultimately protect our women and children.
Visit our home page to find our more about our projects and who we are.

One Africa forum was birthed from an Idea more 10 years out of the need to develop Africa, Unite Africa and Africans and bring independence to the continent.
By Independence, we mean economic independence for African Nations and intellectual and financial independence for Africans.

For about 10 years, the leadership of One Africa Forum studied the terrains of Africa understanding both the peculiarities and the similarities in the challenges and opportunities on the continent.

These studies and strategies have better positioned the organization to tackle Africa’s core challenges from the grassroots.

After the global pandemic broke in 2020, the need became more pressing and we needed to intervene. One Africa Forum was officially launched on a Whatsapp group with just about 7 members at that time.
The organization continued to make its vision clear to Africans through commitment and impact and by December 2020 we had already established our bases in more 10 African countries. Today, One Africa forum is present in over 33 African countries, with coordinators from the Middle Easts, United States and Europe.
With many Afrocentric projects and initiatives currently embarked upon by the organisation in Africa, we equally understand the role of Africa in building and maintaining global cohesion for positive transformation.
In August 2021 we successfully held a global youth conference that attracted young people from all over the world to discuss the future of Africa, encourage collaborations and contribute the Africa’s development. Also in November 2021, we hosted a global men's conference to address social issues like the increasing rate of suicide, depression, mental health and trauma, gender-based violence and other toxicities exhibited by men globally. This was to help men become saner and be the best version of themselves and ultimately protect our women and children.
Visit our home page to find our more about our projects and who we are.

One Africa forum was birthed from an Idea more 10 years out of the need to develop Africa, Unite Africa and Africans and bring independence to the continent.
By Independence, we mean economic independence for African Nations and intellectual and financial independence for Africans.

For about 10 years, the leadership of One Africa Forum studied the terrains of Africa understanding both the peculiarities and the similarities in the challenges and opportunities on the continent.

These studies and strategies have better positioned the organization to tackle Africa’s core challenges from the grassroots.

After the global pandemic broke in 2020, the need became more pressing and we needed to intervene. One Africa Forum was officially launched on a Whatsapp group with just about 7 members at that time.
The organization continued to make its vision clear to Africans through commitment and impact and by December 2020 we had already established our bases in more 10 African countries. Today, One Africa forum is present in over 33 African countries, with coordinators from the Middle Easts, United States and Europe.
With many Afrocentric projects and initiatives currently embarked upon by the organisation in Africa, we equally understand the role of Africa in building and maintaining global cohesion for positive transformation.
In August 2021 we successfully held a global youth conference that attracted young people from all over the world to discuss the future of Africa, encourage collaborations and contribute the Africa’s development. Also in November 2021, we hosted a global men's conference to address social issues like the increasing rate of suicide, depression, mental health and trauma, gender-based violence and other toxicities exhibited by men globally. This was to help men become saner and be the best version of themselves and ultimately protect our women and children.
Visit our home page to find our more about our projects and who we are.

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Meet our Team

Leader
Leader
Issa THIAM
Issa THIAM
Issa THIAM
Issa THIAM
Emmy Kwaje
Emmy Kwaje
Ebrema Secka
Ebrema Secka
Metrine Chenjeni
Metrine Chenjeni
Metrine Chenjeni
Metrine Chenjeni
Metrine Chenjeni
Metrine Chenjeni
Amb. Edoseghe Prince Erhahon
Amb. Edoseghe Prince Erhahon
Leader and Visioner
oneafricaforum@gmail.com
(+) 27 61 603 4705
Reabetsoe B. Phasha
Reabetsoe B. Phasha (LLM)
Head of Legal
phasha.reabetsoe@gmail.com
Barbara Konadu
Barbara Konadu
Country Cordinator, Ghana
(+) 233 54 858 1027
Email: barbbs88@gmail.com
Ahmad Muhammad Ahmad Musa
Ahmad Muhammad Ahmad Musa
Country Cordinator, Egypt
+(20) 0100 733 4932
Email: ahmednooh176@gmail.com
Issa THIAM
Issa THIAM
Country Cordinator, Senegal
(+) 221 778 811 020
Email: issathiam767@gmail.com
Nchang cho Clinton
Nchang Cho Clinton
Country Cordinator, Cameron
(+) 237 6 50 30 01 63
Email: clintonchofor@gmail.com
Emmy Kwaje
Emmy Kwaje
Country Cordinator, South Sudan
(+) 211 921 720 590
Email: emmakm75@gmail.com
Ebrema Secka
Ebrima H. Secka
Country Cordinator, The Gambia
(+) 220 229 9586
Email: ebrimahsecka22@gmail.com
Metrine Chenjeni
Metrine Chenjeni
Country Cordinator, Kenya
(+) 254 796 463828
Email: chenjeni16@gmail.com
Metrine Chenjeni
Zineb Arabat
Country Cordinator, Morocco
(+) 212 652-105213
Email: zinebarabat1@gmail.com
Metrine Chenjeni
Mostert N. Simasiku
Country Cordinator, Namibia
(+) 264 81 689 1706
Email: mostertg7@gmail.com
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