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12.11.2004 Diaspora News

Africa Vista Foundation On A Mission

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Bawuah, Krow, DeSeve, N-Mensah, Annobil and Fosu, sounds like a high powered New Jersey law firm right? Instead of trying cases, this dynamic group of six are making a case against one of the most horrendous stories read or hear simultaneously in the news; problems at Korle Bu Women's and Children's Ward.

The story sends chills through the bodies and psyches of the Ghanaian community. Because of their " we no go sit down attitude", Kofi Bawuah, Solomon Krow and the group's relentless commitment and with the cooperation of others in the corporate community , organized Gospelfest USA ; historically the only Ghanaian Gospel event ever to be performed at the award-winning venues; Worcester Centrum Centre, New Jersey Symphony Hall and the Armenia Hall. Hospital equipment has been purchased and about to be shipped to Korle Bu and its presentation has been scheduled in February. Meanwhile more events to raise money for Korle Bu are in the works.

Ghanaweb decided to find out more about; AFRICA VISTA FOUNDATION


(Strengthening our U.S./Africa Cultural and Economic Partnerships)

Who We Are

Africa Vista Foundation is a U.S. non-profit organization with an objective to strengthen our U.S./Africa Cultural and Economic Partnerships. Thereby improving lives and reducing poverty in the African Diaspora.

Our Vision & Goals

To reinforce charity and cohesiveness within the U.S. African community and African Diaspora. Thus, enriching the lives of Africans everywhere. To educate and enlighten people about the African community and our close cultural bonds with the U.S. To establish loyal business and social networks with professionals and families in our U.S. African communities. Expose U.S. businesses to investment and joint venture opportunities in Africa. Expose African investors to business opportunities globally.

Our Method

To achieve our goals, the Africa Vista Foundation organizes cultural and business exhibitions, conferences, seminars and concerts to highlight US/Africa partnerships and potential for business and community development. Our strategy provides a framework of knowledge, opportunity, dialogue that facilitates coordination and cooperation among communities, businesses and countries.

Thus, we create a symbiotic network of partners by providing access and links between communities in the African Diaspora, non-profits, government agencies, international organizations and U.S. businesses. This strategy succeeds in fostering an atmosphere of mutual understanding where business projects and development programs can be discussed, planned, reviewed and implemented with community support and partnership.

Contact Us

US Tel: (908) 930-7779 US Fax: (732) 909-2080 Email: [email protected] Website:

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