Africa Diaspora in China Network

The Major Voice of
Africans in China

We are building a diaspora community, with the aim of joining heads together to develop our continent.
His Excellency Rahamtalla M. Osman Rep Of A.U. To China,

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Nelson Mandela

We must use time wisely and forever realize that the time is always ripe to do right.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is ADiC Net?
ADiC Net stands for African Diaspora in China Network
Why was it established?
The aim for establishing China Diaspora network is for collaboration with the African Union and its intergovernmental council to ensure that identified projects by members of the African Diaspora in the China aligns with African development agenda.
When was it established & what do we hope to achieve?
ADiC Net was formed on November 4, 2019 after the African union Diaspora dialogue themed “Leveraging your china experience to drive change in Africa” organized by AU-CIDO in Beijing 1. What can we do to help build a bridge between motherland Africa and our countries of residence with a view to foster creation of, and enable environments which nurture creativity and intellectual growth on the African continent? 2. How can we use our skills and, especially networks, to foster leading lights on the continent to spearhead sustainable growth and improve the standard of living of our brothers and sisters in Africa? 3. How can we ensure that such efforts are strategically and equitably distributed to benefit the whole of Africa?