Category: Healthcare

AAPDEP’s Project Black Ankh
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AAPDEP’s Project Black Ankh

Mission Black Ankh is the humanitarian aid and disaster relief organization for the African Nation. Our primary mission is to carry out relief operations to assist African victims of natural disasters and other emergencies anywhere they may occur in the African World.    Black Ankh’s work focuses on the following areas: disaster preparedness, disaster response and...

March 19, 2020May 13, 2021by
Project Black Ankh – Houston Floods
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Project Black Ankh – Houston Floods

On Monday, August 28 2017, sister Chiwoniso Luzolo, International Secretary for the International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement and her husband, Hashim Bissalam, were in need of emergency rescue from their one  story home in Cypress, TX. Flood waters had risen above the 12ft stilts their home sits on  and they did not have access to the...

August 31, 2017May 13, 2021by
Revolutionary Struggle For African Health
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Revolutionary Struggle For African Health

By William Hobson With the new Trump administration in office, and the Affordable Care Act (ACA) repealed, many Africans in the United States are afraid of being left without healthcare and access to healthcare resources. Mississippi has just reminded us Africans of how volatile the weather has become because of the destruction of the environment....

January 31, 2017May 13, 2021by
Tornado Kills 4 People in Hattiesburg, Miss.
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Tornado Kills 4 People in Hattiesburg, Miss.

The city of Hattiesburg, Mississippi, which has a high African and Latino population, was devastated over the weekend by Tornados which killed 4 people.  We, as Africans, need to be able to respond to crisis when it happens, without the help of any government assistance. Join AAPDEP today! HATTIESBURG, Miss. — Four people were killed...

January 23, 2017May 13, 2021by
Africa is not charity
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Africa is not charity

“Neither charity, pity nor prayer will change the material conditions that have been imposed on our people. Only by consolidating the dispersed African Nation in our struggle for self-determination and self-government will we ensure our collective safety as a people whether in Haiti, New Orleans, in the Continent of Africa or any other place African...

October 26, 2016May 13, 2021by
Africans in Haiti and Everywhere Must Have the Black Ankh!
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Africans in Haiti and Everywhere Must Have the Black Ankh!

On Tuesday, October  4 2016, Hurricane Matthew, the strongest hurricane to hit the region in more than ten years, smashed into Haiti with 145 mile per hour winds and torrential rain. Now, in the aftermath of the storm, the magnitude of the humanitarian crisis has been hard to take in. More than 1,000 people are...

October 13, 2016May 13, 2021by
White power to blame for devastation in Haiti after Hurricane Matthew
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White power to blame for devastation in Haiti after Hurricane Matthew

To those colonial and neocolonialist leaders, as well as parasitic organizations expressing concern for Africans in Haiti, we say “hands off of Haiti!” Hands off Haiti, hands off Africa and hands off Africans wherever we were forcefully displaced on this planet! Free Haiti!  Join AAPDEP Today! by Elikya Ngoma, African People’s Socialist Party AYITI––Over 850...

October 11, 2016May 13, 2021by
Meet Daniel Conteh, AAPDEP’s New National Director for Sierra Leone
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Meet Daniel Conteh, AAPDEP’s New National Director for Sierra Leone

On Sunday, August 9th, Daniel Conteh was appointed AAPDEP’s Sierra Leone National Director, a position which places him on the International Executive Committee. Danielobtained his Teaching Certificate in 2000 from the Freetown Teacher’s College and earned his Higher Teacher Certificate Secondary with a specialization in Agriculture and Community Development in 2007. In 2008 he pursued...

August 21, 2015May 13, 2021by
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