Team Members

Africa Image Ambassadors

strategy plans

We work with dedicated members across Africa and the diaspora to execute projects that elevate the people of Africa.

Rethink Rediscover Rebrand Africa

Africa Image Ambassadors are agents of Economic transformation in Africa


The Chamber focuses on promoting what unites Africans as a people to reduce the incidence of violence and war in Africa

Promoting Cultural Diversity in Africa

Rejuvenating Africa’s rich and unique cultures

Rejuvenating Africa’s rich and unique cultures

The African Continent is rich with unique ideas and cultures spanning across over 50 countries and the diaspora

Documenting Africa’s Role in International Development


Team Members

strategy plans

Africa Image Ambassadors

We work with dedicated members across Africa and the diaspora to execute projects that elevate the people of Africa.


The Africa Chamber of Content Producers’ modus operandi is in accordance with the Principles & objectives of the African Charter on cultural renaissance and guided by the constitutive act of the Africa Union.


How We Work

With the fast pace of technological advancement, the speed of information transfer, and the possibilities of altering or misrepresenting information about Africa, there is a need to create a content production and marketing institution that will generate genuine, quality and responsible content on Africa, preserve Africa’s way of life and support her development agenda.


Setting the agenda to reshape and produce a new breed of young African content producers who will ensure the consistent production of quality and responsible African contents that ensure Africa remains relevant on the global stage.


Encouraging cultural cooperation among Member States with a view to strengthening African unity, through the use of African languages and the promotion of inter-cultural dialogue in accordance with principles and objectives of the charter on African cultural renaissance part 1 article 3 (f).


Encouraging international cultural cooperation for a better understanding among peoples within and outside Africa; in accordance with the principles and objectives of the charter on African cultural renaissance part 1 article 3 (h).


Through shared inspiration to set Africa on the landscape of growth, development and progress through narratives that sustain and promote our way of life, it has become necessary to build a platform that will connect young African Content Producers to brainstorm and share information on how to rethink, redesign and rebrand Africa.


Africa Hall of Fame

Thousands of Africa’s sons and daughters have guarded the positive narration of Africa and her people for hundreds of years. A single page can not be enough to recognize all of them. To those heroes, we say “umefanya vizuri”


Emperor Haile Selassie.

On April 2, 1930, Ras Tafari Makonnen became Emperor Haile Selassie. During his long reign, Selassie emerged as a powerful international figure and symbol of a proud and independent Africa.

Kwame Nkrumah

Kwame Nkrumah

Kwame Nkrumah, the first prime minister (1957-1960) and president (1960-1966) of the Republic of Ghana, was the leader of the first sub-Saharan African nation to gain its independence. He subsequently became a leading figure in the campaign for the United States of Africa.

Martin Luther King Junior

Martin Luther King Jr.

Martin Luther King Jr. was a social activist and Baptist minister who played a key role in the American civil rights movement from the mid-1950s until his assassination in 1968. King sought equality and human rights for African Americans, the economically disadvantaged and all victims of injustice through peaceful protest. 

Visitor Pulse Infographic

Africa has been the fastest-growing continent by population since the year 1967. The continent’s annual population growth rate is very high, at 2.45 per cent in 2021, and is projected to remain above 2 per cent for the next 20 years. What can we do to match our population growth with economic development? 


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