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CFA Africa Healthcare Infrastructure Committee meets ahead of the Continent’s Forum & Brainstorm Event. February 6, 2015.Constituency for Africa is an advocate of the unity of all the different African-focused groups in the Western hemisphere especially in America. Read More

LINKING U.S. AND AFRICA THROUGH POLICY

Constituency for Africa is an advocate of the unity of all the different African-focused groups in the Western hemisphere especially in America.

CFA delegation led by Melvin Foote meet with Ambassador of Namibia to the US, Martin Andjaba, to discuss US-Namibia relations. May 20, 2015 Constituency for Africa is an advocate of the unity of all the different African-focused groups in the Western hemisphere especially in America. Read More

CFA President, Melvin Foote and Congresswoman Karen Bass attend inauguration of President Hage Geingob of Namibia. March 20, 2015. Constituency for Africa is an advocate of the unity of all the different African-focused groups in the Western hemisphere especially in America. Read More

L-R: Travis Adkins, Staff Director for Africa for Congresswoman Karen D. Bass; Congresswoman Karen D. Bass (D-CA); H.E. Ernest Bai Koroma, President of Sierra Leone; Melvin Foote, President of the Constituency for Africa; and the Honorable Bockeri Stevens, Ambassador of Sierra Leone to Washington at the World Bank’s Spring Meetings. April 16, 2015.

Former US Congressman & former Chairman of the Constituency for Africa, Ron Dellums; Civil Rights icon Reverend Jesse L. Jackson, and CFA President Melvin Foote, with the President of Guinea, H.E. Alpha Conde’ at a reception organized in his honor by the Congressional Black Caucus. April 16, 2015.

CFA Website Welcome

Greetings Friends of the Constituency for Africa!

I am truly pleased to welcome you all to the newly-launched website for the Constituency for Africa. As CFA moves into its third decade of existence, I believe that its advocacy work will continue to be critical in the shaping of U.S.- Africa foreign policy with a particular focus on the African Diaspora. The principal purpose of launching CFA was to educate Americans about Africa and African development issues; to improve cooperation and coordination among the various organizations and institutions that work on African issues; and to help shape United States policies toward Africa by encouraging Americans, especially outside of the Washington beltway, to weigh-in with policy makers and thought leaders on African issues. more…
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