AIDO at the UNITED NATIONS 3
AIDO at the UNITED NATIONS 5
Aido Kenya Chair, Anne Hermbarger and Elisabeth Ngari chair receiving a brand new wheel chair from Mr Calton Darby
New York City HH.Paul Eganda and Queen Grace Eganda, on behalf of AIDO, receive the badge of honour from the York Regional police inspector at the United Nations 6
World leaders and Member states support the Human Rights Declaration
 

From AIDO President

FOREWORD

It is with great pleasure that I invite you to read about us, AIDO and to discover a unique unfolding phenomenon within and about Africa, by African people ourselves both on the continent and in the diaspora. Inspired by Africa’s own illustrious hero and great grandson who left the world on August 28 1963, bequeathing to us the adage “I have a dream”, AIDO Network International since its inception in 2018, makes another leap into unchartered space after galvanising interest among dreamers on the continent to reach every African person wherever they are found on the earth’s surface.

HH Paul Jones Eganda

Foreword Continued

About Us

AIDO Network International

AIDO Network International is a non-profit organisation headquartered in London with chapters and affiliated traditional leaders and kingdoms in several countries in Africa, that promotes peace and respect through culture as a means for unity and sustainable development. Our objective, among others, is to uphold the spirit of UBUNTU (Humanity or Human Rights) and thus promote social inclusion across all communities everywhere.

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