ABOUT FACECONOMICS AFRICA
FACECONOMICS AFRICA is an advocacy and campaigning organisation with online and offline members worldwide. Her mission is to advocate and campaign to generate awareness and demonstrate social and economic development capacity of innovative media use around the African continent promoting of the faceconomics concept.
A regional arm of FACECONOMICS global, founded by Aldous Mina, MBA a former US Peace Corps capacity building and economic development consultant in Iasi, Romania.
Al is a renowned global business strategy expert in Washington, DC who reveals in his book “Faceconomics” the influence of social media on the globalization of markets. He has served under both Republican and Democrat policy makers, in the US previous administration he handled the White House, initiative on ARRA (American Reinvestment and Recovery Act).
Mr. Mina, was trained in Europe and Israel on foreign policy and market forces analysis, a firm believer of market development via social media capacity building around the world. As an off shoot of his market observation he, published faceconomics People Power, the rise of the nobody’s, addressing how DIY (Do it Yourself) teaching is increasing knowledge, aptitude, skills and abilities of people worldwide to participate in economic development.
Using innovative media FACECONOMICS AFRICA raises public awareness and pressure policy makers to support smart and effective policies and programmes that impact social, economic and environmental narratives in Africa, saving lives, helping to put children in school and improving futures.
We advocate and campaign for better development policies and demonstrate same. We also support digital citizenship for greater democracy, peace and development, accountability and transparency, Net neutrality, freedom of expression and Human Rights.
FACECONOMICS AFRICA do not solicit funding from the general public.
Please visit https://www.facebook.com/FaceconomicsAfrica or send a mail to email@example.com for more information.
AT FACECONOMICS AFRICA, WE’RE NOT ASKING FOR A WHOLE NATION OR REGION, WE’RE ASKING FOR A REGION AND NATIONS WHOLE BY THE UNRELENTING EFFORT OF THE 2%.
Faceconomics Africa Team