AAPDEP Conference Calls on Skilled Africans to Build the African Corps of Engineers, Scientists & Healthcare Workers (ACESH)!
The All African People's Development & Empowerment Project (AAPDEP) is calling on African students, scientists, engineers, electricians, health care professionals and other skilled Africans with expertise in health, nutrition, water purification, waste-water treatment, well-building, renewable energy technology, ecological sanitation, agriculture, construction, fundraising, web design, graphic arts, and other related areas to participate in the first annual AAPDEP Conference at the "Uhuru House", the newly renovated International Headquarters of the African People's Socialist Party in St. Petersburg, Florida on September 22nd and 23rd, 2007.
The purpose of this conference is to: 1)consolidate technical teams that will collectively make up the AAPDEP African Corps of Engineers, Scientists and Healthcare Workers (ACESH), 2)build fundraising, logistics and outreach committees that will support the growth and development of AAPDEP, and 3)determine timelines for upcoming health, clean water and farming projects in Zimbabwe and Sierra Leone. ACESH will serve as technical advisors for AAPDEP projects, organize training sessions, develop proposals and participate in putting AAPDEP projects on the ground. The AAPDEP African Corps of Engineers, Scientists and Healthcare workers (ACESH)
will provide skilled Africans an opportunity to organize our skills
for the development of African communities everywhere.
Participation in the AAPDEP African Corps of Engineers, Scientists & Healthcare Workers is open to skilled Africans who unite with the fact that the vast resources of Africa are the birthright of African people everywhere and must be used to benefit the masses of African people wherever we are located. Volunteers must also unite with AAPDEP’s mission to improve the living conditions of African people as part of an overall strategy to organize Africans into a process that will forward a united, liberated Africa.
To register for this historic Conference, or for more information, please contact us at any of the following:
c/o Dr. Aisha Fields
P.O. Box 454
Normal, AL 35762
(256) 348-6478 firstname.lastname@example.org