Nota Bene : On August 2022 The White House released U.S. STRATEGY TOWARD SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA where you can find :

Sub-Saharan Africa plays a critical role in advancing global priorities to the benefit of Africans and Americans.   It has one of the world’s fastest growing populations, largest free trade areas, most diverse ecosystems, and one of the largest regional voting groups in the United Nations (UN).  It is impossible to meet today’s defining challenges without African contributions and leadership.  The region will factor prominently in efforts to: end the COVID-19 pandemic; tackle the climate crisis; reverse the global tide of democratic backsliding; address global food insecurity; promote gender equity and equality; strengthen an open and stable international system; shape the rules of the world on vital issues like trade, cyber, and emerging technologies; and confront the threat of terrorism, conflict, and transnational crime.  

Building on the Biden-Harris Administration’s actions and commitments to deepen our engagement and partnerships in Africa during the past year, the strategy articulates our new vision for a 21st Century U.S.-African Partnership.  It recognizes the tremendous, positive opportunities that exist to advance shared interests alongside our African partners.  At the same time, we acknowledge that Africa’s potential will continue to be challenged as long as deadly conflicts divide societies, corruption impedes economic progress, food insecurity heightens the risk of famine and malnutrition, and repression stifles human rights and democratic expression.  As President Biden noted in his address to the African Union last year, “none of this is going to be easy but the United States stands ready now to be your partner, in solidarity, support, and mutual respect.”

An enduring multitrack bond with America

Context : BUILDING a state-of-the-art partnership with America in a contentious and competitive geopolitical arena fraught with security perils

• Our Think Tank (the HCCP) considers that Globalization, an ever-increasing immaterial component, remains the structuring process of the international strategic context.

• Visits to the continent in 2021 by U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan capped a year that also saw a revived Franco-African Summit, the eighth Forum on China-Africa Cooperation, or FOCAC, and the third Turkey-Africa Partnership Summit. Earlier this year.

•Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi followed FOCAC with a visit to East Africa, where he announced Beijing’s intention to appoint a special envoy for the Horn of Africa.

• Japanese, Russian and U.S. officials also announced plans for summits with the continent’s leaders to be held this year, although the dates are yet to be

Vision and missions


  • To contribute powerfully to the implementation of the US-Africa partnership and to sensitize international, national, and American public opinion to the importance of prioritizing the implementation of the US-Africa strategic partnership
  • To capitalize a deep partnership between U.S.-Africa and to strengthen the position of both continents in terms of international influence, for the benefit of the American and African populations.
  • To create and establish the world’s first think tank with multiple objectives dedicated to the thinking of the US-Africa strategic and political relationship and the West in general from an innovative perspective for the next century.

Strategical Goals

  • To increase the visibility and impact of the US-Africa partnership strategy
  • Essential interface for the implementation of the US-Africa partnership through the maintenance of a vast relational network of grassroots organizations across Africa.


  • To establish a think tank that will serve as a sender and disseminator of the renewed US-Africa relationship and a provider of concrete projects.
  • To redefine in a continuous way according to the needs of the joint, the relations of force, the exchanges and the classic components of the power, the instruments of the cooperation, the influence and the influence of the US-Africa relationship.
  • To Promote the foreign policy and common strategic interests of the US and Africa in the world.

Our Strategic Approach (1/2)


  • Fully dedicated CEO and founder
  • Administrative and management team
  • A multidisciplinary team of practical and technocratic skills, experts from the US, the world and Africa. (To find the skills from wherever they come from)
  • A scientific committee

Strategical Goals

  • Bilateral scientific research
  • Resource collection (donations and grants) and coordination of the implementation of the projects / programs
  • To organize recurrent public events that highlight American and African action.

Building a six-lane highway of knowledge, prosperity with security, health, economic development, social progress, technological and industrial advances, and shared values from the US to Africa and Africa to the Americas

  • a) key to us is the weight of history and the fate of African Americans and African Diaspora.
  • b) Governance foundations for Post-Conflict and other Transitions: Restoring the foundations of stability through democratic governance:
  • c) Generate the critical mass of integrated effort required to ensure that action is taken early as possible, with a commitment for long enough to make it durable and wholly-owned nationally continent-wise.
  • d) Put Africa back on the map as top priority for policymakers, financial institutions ,and increasing exchanges on technological Advances.
  • e) Harnessing all preexisting mechanisms, including precepts of the USAID, US National Security Strategies from Bill Clinton, Georges Bush, Barack Obama, Donald Trump, and Joe Biden, to the recent Memorandum of Understanding signed on 11 March 2022 between Secretary of State Anthony Bliken and the African Union Commission.
  • f) Working together on persistent and recurring threats to international peace and security, and climate change which are also US national interests.
  • g) Promoting multilateralism as world challenges cannot be resolved or eliminated alone by a single actor.
  • h) Welcoming American engagement and encouraging decisions in dollar efforts to commit resources to sustain US engagement over the long term.

” A country’s soft power rests on three resources: “its culture (in places where it is attractive to others), its political values (when it lives up to them at home and abroad), and its foreign policies (when others see them as legitimate and having moral authority). Joseph Samuel Nye Jr. is an American political scientist and Fr. Dean Harvard Kennedy School of Government

Our Strategic Approach (2/2)

Scientific Research and American and Pan-African Networking (Finance)

Establishment of the Euro-African Dialogue series 2022 (Knowledge Summit): Working together to Implement the new American-Africa Partnership in the 21st Century

An annual forum of reflection between scientists, academics, economic operators and the private sector to formulate public policies and an operational action plan for implementation through concrete projects in Africa on aspects of a new strategy 

Expanding Economic and Security Ties

Cultural Partnerships and Youth Inclusion – Promoting Peace

Youth in Politics and Research : To set up a platform for the initiation of research and publication of scientific articles dedicated to youth from both continents in collaboration with academic institutions. I Electoral process and pluralism; II Functioning of government; III Political participation IV Political culture V Civil liberties

Building Peace – Deconstructing War

“Jeudi de la Paix – Peace Thursdays” is first and foremost a concept of living together in a context of widespread political and security fragilitý in Africa. An open concept, it then militates for social cohesion, consensus building, decompartmentalization and the extinction of antagonisms with a view to inscribing Peace in the African and global collective consciousness as a cardinal value.

This forum/advocacy which militates for the extinction of antagonisms in our contemporary conflict-ridden societies, the creation of a consensus platform, and the linking of personalities in diversity in the service of peace. On a practical level, there are three highlights: a) a unique exhibition of artworks; b) the Peace Speech: and the guests/surprises that can go up to Heads of State. The informal debate that follows allows to extend the relational network and offers business opportunities that contribute to peace; c) the tasting of vintages around a networking aperitif. This high level event will have on the menu in 2022 the vernissage of about twenty paintings realized in the crash of bombs and the tumult of war in various countries of Africa ravaged by conflicts under the title: “Ode to the African woman – The Nyangos of Africa”.

« Thought leadership »

  • Publish regional and global briefings on regional specificities and reports on partnership activities in African countries.
  • Publish an annual status report on the implementation of the partnership: (US-AFRICA PARTNERSHIP YEARBOOK).
  • Peace Thursdays Lecture Series; Global Classroom Speakers Programme

Area 1

The Green Transition

Area 2

The digital transformation:

Area 3

Investment opportunities

Area 4

Learning, knowledge and skills

Area 5

Peace, Security, and Governance :  

Area 6

Migration and mobility :