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AFIDFF Celebrates the International Theatre Day 2023

AFIDFF Celebrates the International Theatre Day 2023

On March 31, 2023, the African International Documentary Festival Foundation (AFIDFF) took part in the celebration of International Theatre Day alongside schools located in the IDP camps of Abuja.

Mairo Women Foundation Ushafa Seeks Partnership With AFIDFF

Mairo Women Foundation Ushafa Seeks Partnership With AFIDFF

Mairo Women Foundation Ushafa a non-profit organization that aims to empower women and preserve cultural heritage paid a courtesy visit to the Director General of the African International Documentary Festival Foundation (AFIDFF), Malame Mangzha and her team on Friday, March 17th, 2023.

AFIDFF Presents 2022 UNESCO World Heritage Volunteers Report

AFIDFF Presents 2022 UNESCO World Heritage Volunteers Report

The importance of Cultural and Heritage preservation cannot be overemphasized, especially in a country as rich in culture and history as Nigeria.

AFIDFF Visits Chinese Cultural Center in Abuja, Nigeria.

AFIDFF Visits Chinese Cultural Center in Abuja, Nigeria.

On Friday, 17th February 2023, the Director General of the African International Documentary Foundation (AFIDFF), Malame Mangzha, along with her management team, visited the Embassy of China in Abuja to meet with the Director of the Chinese Cultural Center, Mr. Li Xuda.

AFIDFF and SACD-Nigeria Team Up to Educate Internally Displaced Persons on Voting Rights and Good Governance in Nigeria

AFIDFF and SACD-Nigeria Team Up to Educate Internally Displaced Persons on Voting Rights and Good Governance in Nigeria

The African International Documentary Festival Foundation (AFIDFF) in collaboration with Strategic Action for Community Development (SACD-Nigeria) on the 9th of February visited the Internally Displaced Person’s (IDP) camp in Gurku, Nassarawa state, Nigeria for a sensitization and voter education campaign.

AFIDFF and Dreams Hub Partner to Explore Mutual Interests, Creating 3,000 Jobs in the Process.

AFIDFF and Dreams Hub Partner to Explore Mutual Interests, Creating 3,000 Jobs in the Process.

The African International Documentary Festival Foundation (AFIDFF) and Dreams Hub have entered into an understanding in a bid to actualize the first ever Documentary film festival in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea, to promote the culture of young African storytellers through films and documentaries by encouraging African-themed stories with a view to creating jobs for 3000 persons during the festival across the continent of Africa.

Volunteers Across The World Converge In Sukur For The Unesco World Heritage Volunteers Initiative In The Recovery March For Africa’s First Cultural Landscape

Volunteers Across The World Converge In Sukur For The Unesco World Heritage Volunteers Initiative In The Recovery March For Africa’s First Cultural Landscape

The African International Documentary Festival foundation, working together with the National Commission for Museums and Monuments, National Commission for UNESCO, the Adamawa State Government and other implementing partners, again successfully implemented the UNESCO World Heritage Volunteers Initiative 2022 for the second year running in the recovery march for the restoration of Sukur Cultural landscape, Africa’s first Cultural landscape and Nigeria’s first World Heritage site inscribed by UNESCO.

AFIDFF Features At The UNWTO Global Conference On Linking Tourism, Culture And The Creative Industries: Pathways To Recovery And Development

AFIDFF Features At The UNWTO Global Conference On Linking Tourism, Culture And The Creative Industries: Pathways To Recovery And Development

The African International Documentary Festival Foundation has featured at the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) Global Conference on Linking Tourism Culture and The Creative Industries held from 14th -16th November 2022 at the National Art Theatre Iganmu Lagos. The 3-day event hosted leaders from across African countries with the idea to bridge the gap between two areas through a strategic partnership with affiliate members such as Netflix. 

Director General AFIDFF Receive The Dr. Kwame Nkrumah Merit Award For Outstanding Excellence In Leadership.

The Dr. Kwame Nkrumah outstanding merit award for excellence in Leadership and Outstanding Contribution to humanity was presented to the Director General African International Documentary Festival Foundation (AFIDFF) Malame Mangzha by representatives of the foundation Dr. Felix Okonkwo and Dr. Brown Aduku on the 26th October 2022 for her contribution in the advocacy for African Culture and Values as a Humanist, Pan Africanist and her strong belief in the ability of people to chart their course within the general trend of civilized humanity.

AFIDFF Courtesy Visit to Cuban |Ambassador to Nigeria on Friday 8th October,2022 at the Embassy of the Republic of Cuba Abuja, Nigeria.

The African International Documentary Festival Foundation has continued its efforts to build partnerships and network across the vast spectrum of organizations locally and internationally.

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