Africa-related organizations in Colorado
Abdoul Doumbia was born in Bamako, Mali in 1965 and was raised in the village of Foutaka Zambougou near the ancient Bamana city of Segou. At the age of five Abdoul began to learn the music of his culture. He went on to complete a 16 year apprenticeship with master drummer Moriba Keita in Bamako. Abdoul worked with many professional drum and dance companies in Mali, including nine years as lead drummer for the renowned traditional drum and dance troupe Babemba, and was chosen to represent his region for eight consecutive years in the National Drum Festival of Mali. Abdoul immigrated to the United States in 1991 to accept a position at Brown University. He taught regularly on the east coast, including classes at Yale, Harvard, Princeton, RISDI, the University of Florida, and the University of Connecticut before moving to Boulder, Colorado in 1998 where he currently lives and teaches. In Colorado Abdoul has taught classes at CU, Naropa and The Colorado College. Abdoul is known for his mastery of Malian djembe and dunun and is a respected source of information regarding Mali's rich culture and history.
Abyssinia Ethiopian Restaurant offers delicious dining and takeout to Denver, CO.
Abyssinia Ethiopian Restaurant is a cornerstone in the Denver community and has been recognized for its outstanding Vegetarian cuisine, excellent service and friendly staff.
Our Vegetarian restaurant is known for its modern interpretation of classic dishes and its insistence on only using high quality fresh ingredients.
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Action in Africa strives to Educate, Inspire, and Empower people in Uganda by focusing on education and community development. Our goal is to provide sustained education, allowing individuals to reach their untapped potential and incite economic growth by becoming the next leaders, innovators, and entrepreneurs in their country.
After realizing their dream of living and working in Africa, Kent Redding and Kelly McElroy returned to the United States to open Africa Adventure Consultants. We provide outstanding safari experiences resulting in highly satisfied customers, support of African people, and conservation of African wildlife and ecosystems. Like no other continent in the world, Africa offers breathtaking scenery, unparalleled wildlife, and rich cultures. For travelers with an adventurous spirit, there is no better place for your next holiday. Armed with experience, knowledge and creativity, we can help you plan your next great adventure. If your dream is to adventure in Africa, we’re here to help.
Africa Adventure Consultants believe that a visit to Africa shouldn’t just be a trip – it should be the adventure of a lifetime.
Africa Agenda is driven by the need to change the one-sided narrative of African News. We use this website, journalistic tools, and events, including the Africa News Matters website, as platforms for critical engagement and news analysis about the African continent. Founded on December 11, 2004 by George Bamu and formed as a 501C(3) non-profit organization, governed under Colorado State and the Internal Revenue Service(IRS) laws, Africa Agenda’s mission is to promote positive African News through engagement with the community, mass media outlets, leaders and lay people.
More than an information portal, Africa Agenda is a news media and education organization and a work in progress.
BUILDING PATHWAYS TO ECONOMIC INDEPENDENCE
Africa Development Promise is an international non-profit organization whose mission is to drive collective action of rural entrepreneurial women to advance sustainable business and economic independence in African communities.
Empowerment through collective action.
Africa Development Promise’s four-part strategy establishes a firm foundation for the development of sustainable businesses that move women farmers beyond subsistence farming to market-oriented agriculture. We explore sustainable business opportunities that help women become economically independent.
African art, trade beads and ethnic jewelry are both business and passion for Sara and me. We started buying African art twenty years ago as gifts for our children, four of whom are adopted and are African-American. We had been active in anti-apartheid politics for some time. In 1994, when Mandela was elected, we took the three still-at-home kids out of school and moved to southern Africa for eight months. We bought a used food panel van, converted it into a camper and traveled fifteen thousand miles through South Africa, Lesotho, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Swaziland. We weren't consciously beginning a business...but we noticed we were buying more than we could keep, give away, or sell at garage sales. In the beginning, we did shows and held open houses. Now eBay, Etsy and our website, AfricaDirect.com, are the primary ways we sell.
Africa Hope Community exists to assist African immigrant women (regardless of belief or background) to achieve their highest potential as they integrate into the United States culture as well as strengthen ties with their homeland. We accomplish this through participatory approach that offers women support through one-on-one mentoring, educational events, as well as through sharing resources. We strive to make a difference in the lives of immigrants and refugees.
Africa in the Rockies is a registered non-profit based in Boulder, Colorado.
Our goal is to increase social awareness and knowledge of Africa by providing information, materials and services to local schools, libraries, media and communities.
By providing comprehensive information, we hope to motivate individuals and organizations towards positive action and support of sustainable policies, as well as fostering an understanding and appreciation of a complex continent.