On September 13, 2005 an agreement was reached by the Commission and France whereby France would donate €5 million for the furtherance of African Union activities. Some of the initiatives this money will go to are an African Communication Policy and an African Common Defence Force. The signatory on behalf of the Commission was Bernard Zoba.
“From the beginning, we heard people voice the desire that we hire a Virginia artist and that we hire an AfricanAmerican artist, but that was never going to override our commitment to finding the most highly skilled sculptor for this commission ... “His presentation just really resonated with the commission.”.
The largely inactive subcommittee was championed by Sawyer, who initially pushed for a larger commission to come up with a plan to “ensure equity, equality and parity for citizens of African descent in Chicago who are mired in poverty.” Sawyer, who wasn’t at the forum due to a scheduling issue, later defended his effort in an email.
By partnering with Reaching the Last Mile, we can ignite collective action and harness the power of African youth, often overlooked during discussions and decision-making processes, to transform engagement into tangible action so that nobody, anywhere, lives at risk of NTDS...Mama Gueye, HealthCommissionPresident at KaolackCity Hall.