African Development and Advocacy Centre, UK (AFRIDAC)
African Development and Advocacy Centre (AFRIDAC) work towards restoring the dignity and integrity of Africans in Africa and in the Diaspora by bringing about development in African societies through innovative people-centred initiatives, participatory public policy formulation through advocacy and achieve citizens’ empowerment through rights education. To achieve this aim AFRIDAC, UK utilizes strategic development projects, social research, town hall dialogues, advocacy, campaigns, community service, documentary filming, audio-visual tools and training programs.
AFRIDAC, UK aims to involve African professionals in the Diaspora in rights and development issues in Africa through building information and exchange bridges. The conceptual and geographical scope of our work is focused on Africa incorporating all spheres of development themes.
African Development and Advocacy Centre (AFRIDAC) objectives include:
- To encourage sustainable development in Africa through training and local participation in strategic development projects.
- To provide an authoritative platform for dialogue and advocacy through rights based public education.
- To constructively engage public policy formulation in Africa from inception to implementation through inclusive public opinion polling.
Links to the health workforce crisis
AFRIDAC sees access to affordable health services as a human rights and advocates strongly for the need to retain, adequately remunerate and empower health workers in Africa.
We are developing a project that seeks to educate youths in Africa about first aid; training and practice.