Hear What Our Partners Are Saying...

It is a pleasure and an honor to say a few things about our relationship with the African Diaspora Network (ADN) and its visionary leader, Almaz Negash. Ms. Negash is a leader in the Silicon Valley community and a respected voice on issues related to Africa and the African diaspora. Through the African Diaspora Network, she continues to create opportunities and pathways for diaspora Africans to play a role in the building of a new and vibrant Africa. We have enjoyed a three-year partnership with ADN in bringing films made by seasoned and emerging African filmmakers to Silicon Valley and look forward to many more years of collaboration and partnership. The African Diaspora Network is indeed a pioneer organization that works tirelessly on our behalf and deserves our full support.
Chike C. Nwoffiah
Founding Director, Silicon Valley African Film Festival
www.svaff.org
One World Children's Fund is thrilled to partner with Almaz Diaspora Network. ADN is an unbelievable resource and network of inspiring individuals, all committed to the continent of Africa.  Anyone who is dedicated to the greater good of Africa, needs to know about ADN.  For One World, it is a breath of fresh air to be at the forefront of diversifying philanthropy and changing the face of the decision makers, through our collaboration with ADN.
Steph Allie Heckman
Executive Director, One World Children’s Fund
www.oneworldchildrensfund.org

Events

JULY 18
“Startup Accelerator for Entrepreneurs in Africa with Mobile Focused Global Ideas”

With Toro Orero Draper DarkFlow, iFUND, Sharon University of Agriculture & Technology

OCT TBD
Third Annual Dialogue with AfricaTech Women

Details to follow.

OCT TBD
Silicon Valley African Film Festival

Details to follow.

NOV 5
Book and Social Innovation Dialogue

With Kennedy Odede, the author of Me Unafraid

JAN 29-30, 2016
The 2016 Silicon Valley African Diaspora Investment Symposium

Biltmore Hotel
2151 Laurelwood Rd
Santa Clara, CA 95054

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