The Diaspora African Forum (DAF) is an African Union (AU) endorsed non-profit organization opened on July 7, 2001 by H.E. President J.A.Kufuor. DAF was and remains the first and only African Diaspora organization in the world with diplomatic status enabling DAF to accomplish groundbreaking work in Diaspora advocacy at the highest levels of government in Ghana and Africa in general.
Alleviate poverty on the Continent and uplift the lives of their fellow Africans.
Launching And Hoisting Of The 6th Region Of Africa Flag
On July 9th, 2002, Ghanaian President, John Kofi Agyekum Kufuor and his delegation attended the Organization of Africa Unity (OAU) Summit held in Durban, South Africa. At that historic gathering, the name was changed from OAU to the African Union (AU) beginning a new and exciting chapter for Africa’s development.
The Mayor of Houston, Sylvester Turner visited the Diaspora African Forum lead by Dentaa Amoateng MBE (Founder and President – GUBA Enterprise) and Annabelle McKenzie (Director- Beyond the Return) and other notable members of the Diaspora Community in Ghana on Saturday, 22nd of July,2023.
On May 3rd,2023, Diaspora African Forum in collaboration with the AFRIAM Incubator & Training Center launched a digital call center that focuses on promoting skills training and development in the field of Information Communication and Technology (ICT). The goal of this project is to train the youth in call center operation and assist in job creation for the certified trainees.