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MIAPD Hall of Fame: Congratulations H.E. Nana Akufo-Addo & Uhuru Kenyatta

We at #MIPAD congratulate the President of Ghana Nana Akufo-Addo & President of Kenya  Uhuru Kenyatta on their MIPAD Hall of Fame Recognition and Award on the sidelines of the AU Summit in Addis Ababa Ethiopia, Feb 2019. Click here to view the…

It’s Feel Good Friday

It’s Feel Good Friday:  Today we focus on the First Lady of Sierra Leone  Here’s a short biography about her and her social impact works. Short Biography Fatima Maada-Bio is not only of Sierra Leone heritage but also of Gambian heritage. Her father…

New Year Message from our CEO

    Happy New Year MIPADians and Friends.  I wish us all a prosperous 2019 ahead. The past two years for MIPAD have been remarkable, due largely to your steadfast support.  We are indeed very grateful.  In 2019, we seek your continued support as we…

Discovering Excellence with Momentum Education

It’s been two and half month since our event at New York city with the Class of 2018 and we so much miss the impact that we made then and we are still making. The Most Influential People from all over the world…

MIPAD presents ‘ The Door of Return” Business and Cultural Tourism package in partnership with UNESCO

As 2018 comes to a close with barely few weeks to go, We at MIPAD are excited about this partnership with UNESCO. So what does Door of Return mean? According to sources on Wikipedia;  It is an emblem of African Renaissance and is a pan-African initiative…

Madam President: Congratulations to Ethiopia’s first Female President

Ethiopia just made history as she elects her first female president in the person of Sahle-Work Zewde, making her become the first female head of state in Africa. To us that’s huge and a big deal. Words reaching us is that the Ethiopian prime…

The Girl Child, The Future

Tell me how can one live without daughters – Malala Yousafzai Today we join the World to celebrate the Girl Child. We believe everyone in the world should be given an equal chance to showcase their talents no matter the gender or class…

THANK YOU: Nomination for Class of 2019 Now Open!!!

The Recognition Week for the Class of 2018 ended on a delighted note with Honorees all smiles and cheers in attendance was the First lady of Sierra Leone in person H.E Mrs. Fatima Maada Bio who was the valedictorian speaker for the Class…

Most Influential People of African Descent Honors Under 40 in New York City

NEW YORK CITY, October 1st, 2018 – In support of the United Nations International Decade for People of African Descent 2015-2024, the Most Influential People of African Descent (MIPAD), a global civil society initiative, will honor young high achievers of African descent from…

Meet the Speaker : Robinson Lynn

  Since taking the helm at Momentum Education eight years ago, Executive Director Robinson Lynn has revamped the company’s signature curriculum, grown its corporate portfolio to include some of the nation’s premium brands, and positioned the organization’s philanthropic efforts for greater impact immediately…

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